International Journal of Learning Technology

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Executive Editor: Prof. Lorna Uden
ISSN online: 1741-8119
ISSN print: 1477-8386
4 issues per year
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IJLT is an international, refereed, scholarly journal providing an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of important ideas, concepts, and exemplars that can deeply influence the role of learning technologies in learning and instruction. This unique and dynamic journal focuses on the epistemological thrust of learning vis-ŗ-vis instruction and the technologies and tools that support the process. IJLT publishes papers related to theoretical foundations, design and implementation, and effectiveness and impact issues related to learning technologies.

 



 Topics covered include

  • Communities of learners (practice), computer-mediated communication
  • [Social] constructivism, computer-supported collaborative learning
  • Activity theory, social cultural perspectives
  • Cognitive tools, intelligent agents, semantic web
  • Distributed/intelligent learning/tutoring, multimedia/interactive learning environments
  • Virtual reality environments, human-computer interface issues
  • Web-based instruction/learning, e-/m-learning
  • Learning objects for personalised learning, building learning communities
  • Technology-facilitated learning in complex domains
  • Learning technology systems'evaluation, technological standardisation
  • Technology-driven learning models/strategies
  • Simulation-supported learning/instruction
  • Learning technology in education and commerce
  • Knowledge creation/management in the internet age
  • Disciplinary-related inquiry, e.g., learning technologies for science inquiry

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Objectives

IJLT aims:

  • to act as an international forum for discussion of the use and design of technology in learning and instruction
  • to foster communication between academics and practitioners
  • to promote research on the use of learning technologies
  • to encourage a multidisciplinary approach to the advancement of the use and design of technologies in teaching and learning
  • to provide a deeper understanding of the nature, theory and practice of learning and instruction

Readership

Researchers and theorists, cognitive scientists, learning technologists, teachers and learners, instructional designers, designers and developers, implementers and evaluators, managers and administrators.


Contents

Papers are invited for IJLT on any of the topics listed below. Suggestions are also welcome for special issues.


 

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Executive Editor

  • Uden, Lorna, Staffordshire University, UK
    (l.uden@staffs.ac.uk)

    Editorial Board Members

    • Baker, Dale Rose, Arizona State University, USA
    • Becker, D'Arcy, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, USA
    • Champney, Roberto, Design Interactive Inc., USA
    • Collazos, Cesar, Universidad del Cauca-Colombia, Colombia
    • Craig, Scotty D., Arizona State University, USA
    • Falconer, Liz, University of the West of England, UK
    • Florjančič, Viktorija, University of Primorska, Slovenia
    • Hartshorne, Richard, University of Central Florida, USA
    • Hoic-Bozic, Natasa, University of Rijeka, Croatia
    • Kotsiantis, Sotiris, University of Patras, Greece
    • Kukk, Vello, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
    • Laroussi, Mona, National Institute Applied Science and Technology (INSAT), Tunisia
    • Liu, Mingzhuo, East China Normal University, China
    • Marty, Jean-Charles, Université de Lyon, France
    • Moreno Ger, Pablo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
    • Papanikolaou, Kyparisia, School of Pedagogical and Technological Education, Greece
    • Pata, Kai, Tallinn University, Estonia
    • Popescu, Elvira, University of Craiova, Romania
    • Rebolledo Méndez, Genaro, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico
    • Self, Richard J, University of Derby, UK
    • Seufert, Sabine, Universitšt St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland
    • Sinclair, Jane, University of Warwick, UK
    • Siqueira, Sean W. M., Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • Sullins, Jeremiah, University of Mobile, USA
    • Vallance, Michael, Future University Hakodate, Japan
    • Webber, Carine, Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil
    • Zaina, Luciana A.M., University of S„o Carlos - Sorocaba, Brazil

     

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    • Submitted articles should not have been previously published or be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
    • Conference papers may only be submitted if the paper has been completely re-written (more details available here) and the author has cleared any necessary permissions with the copyright owner if it has been previously copyrighted.
    • All our articles are refereed through a double-blind process.
    • All authors must declare they have read and agreed to the content of the submitted article. A full statement of our Ethical Guidelines for Authors (PDF)†is available.
    • There are no fees for publishing with Inderscience, unless you require your article to be Open Access (OA). You can find more information on OA here.

     

    Submission process

     

    All articles for this journal must be submitted using our online submissions system.

    Read our Submitting articles page.

     

     

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    • Learning about massive open online courses

       

      Over the past five years, massive open online courses (MOOCs) have become an important component of modern education disrupting many conventions and opening up a wide range of new approaches and possibilities. Now, writing in the International Journal of Learning Technology, computer scientists from the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, explain how expectations are high [...]

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    • Up, up and away in the name of science education

       

      US researchers extol the virtues of high-altitude balloons for science education in a research paper published in the International Journal of Learning Technology. According to Jeremy Straub of the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, High-altitude balloons can carry student and scientific payloads to the boundaries of space. This, he suggests, gives students the [...]

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