JOURNALS & PAPERS
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Generic Learning and Teaching Journals
A very comprehensive list
of journals on higher education is provided at
A Selection are offered below:
Learning in Higher Education
The ILT Journal, Active Learning in Higher Education, is published by
Paul Chapman Publishing, a SAGE Publications company, and is provided
free to ILT members. Active Learning was previously used as the title
of the CTI Journal and an archive of CTI Active Learning is available
from the public resources area of the ILT website.
& Evaluation in Higher Education
The journal publishes papers and reports on all aspects of assessment
and evaluation within the various disciplines representative of higher
education. The purpose of the journal is to help advance understanding
of assessment and evaluation practices and processes, particularly in
the contribution they make to student learning, and staff and institutional
development. The journal is aimed at all higher education practitioners,
irrespective of discipline, and sets out to provide readily accessible,
up-to-date information about significant developments within the field,
with a view to the sharing and extension of evaluated, innovative practice.
Research Abstracts Online
Educational Research Online is a comprehensive database comprising over
21,000 high-quality abstracts which cover the current international
research in education. ERA includes abstracts from seven top international
abstracting journals which scan over 700 journals. From 2001, ERA will
also include additional abstracts not published in the print editions.
and Skills Research Journal
Published by the Learning and Skills Development Agency (LSDA) the Learning
and Skills Research Journal is an innovative journal in the learning
and skills sector and for lifelong learning. Contributions come from
a wide range of colleges, universities, independent research agencies,
TECs and community-based organisations. Emphasis is given to concise
statements of the findings of projects to help busy practitioners make
better use of research.
& Education Network Newsletter
The Network has members from all types of organisations including local
and central government, Learning and Skills Councils, business and industry
groups, education establishments, careers and guidance services, training
and learning providers and employers.
The Skills and Education Network newsletter includes the latest learning
and skills evidence, best practice, news, events, resources and opportunities.
Educational Technology Journals
J (Association for Learning Technology Journal)
ALT-J is an international journal devoted to research and good practice
in the use of learning technologies within higher education. Published
three times yearly and contains articles, review articles, reviews and
Journal of Educational Technology
The British Journal of Educational Technology provides readers with
the widest possible coverage of developments in international educational
and training technology. BJET is a primary source for academics and
professionals in learning technology. Published five times yearly. Contents/Abstract
Published eight times a year. The journal is an established technically-based,
interdisciplinary forum for communication in the use of all forms of
computing. The Editors welcome any papers on cognition, educational
or training systems development using techniques from and applications
in any technical knowledge domain.
in Education and Teaching International
Published four times a year IETI is for all practitioners and decision
makers who want to stay informed about the developments in education
and training. It is the official journal of the Staff and Educational
Development Association (www.seda.ac.uk). The content includes a range
of perspectives, and important contributions on new developments in
Published biannually the Interactive Educational Multimedia is a journal
intended as a space for dialogue and reflection about the application
of the multimedia technologies in education. The publication is open
to all investigators who wish to propose articles on this subject. The
articles are about subjects related to educational multimedia, hypermedia,
learning, design, didactics, teaching and evaluation of the new technologies
when applied in education. ICM is edited by the Multimedia Teaching
and Learning Group University of Barcelona (ICE).
Forum of Educational Technology & Society (IFETS)
An on-line quarterly. Discusses the development and implementation of
educational systems. IFETS encourages discussions on the issues affecting
the educational system developer (including AI) and education communities.
While recognising that this brief might be seen as too broad, it is
proposed to conduct multiple discussion threads on more specific topics.
This approach helps in developing specific aspects concerning the design
and implementation of integrated learning environments while sharpening
the overall vision about the purpose and processes of education. The
discussions are aimed to be definitive and helpful in reaching some
conclusions. The discussions are structured in the form of problem definition,
fixed term discussions focusing towards some conclusive end. The conclusions
are then put in concrete form for public dissemination. Contents/Abstracts
of Computer Assisted Learning
The Journal of Computer Assisted Learning is a quarterly, peer-reviewed,
international journal which covers the whole range of uses of information
and communication technology to support learning and knowledge exchange.
It aims to provide a medium for communication between researchers and
the practitioners and to foster collaborative research. It is a rich
source of material for research students in areas such as collaborative
learning, knowledge engineering, open, distance and networked learning,
developmental psychology and evaluation. Contents
of Computer Mediated Communication
An online journal publication. Articles submitted to JCMC should make
a contribution to knowledge in the field of computer mediated communication.
Acceptable articles will most frequently join theoretical analysis with
empirical investigation, and/or incorporate demonstration or simulation.
Reviews, synthesis, and meta-analyses of prior research are also welcome.
of Education Multimedia and Hypermedia
JEMH is designed to provide a multidisciplinary forum to present and
discuss research, development and applications of multimedia and hypermedia
in education. The main goal of the Journal is to contribute to the advancement
of the theory and practice of learning and teaching using these powerful
and promising technological tools that allow the integration of images,
sound, text, and data. Contents/Abstracts
of Technology Education
The Journal of Technology Education provides a forum for scholarly discussion
on topics relating to technology education. Manuscripts focus on technology
education research, philosophy, theory, or practice. In addition, book
reviews, editorials, guest articles, comprehensive literature reviews,
and reactions to previously published articles are published.