About the Journal
The International Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) is an international refereed journal in the field of educational technology. Published by the International Society for Educational Technology, IJET is for professors, teachers, developers, researchers, administrators, teacher educators, corporate trainers, and technology coordinators representing all disciplines and levels of education and learning.
Vol. 4 No. 1 (2017)
- The “UIC German” game app for the enhancement of foreign language learning – Case study
- Rural school math and science teachers’ technology integration familiarization
- Exploring student voice in teachers’ motivation to use ICT in higher education: Qualitative evidence from a developing country
- Exploring the feasibility of information communication technologies in the context of academic help seeking
Vol. 4 No. 2 (2017)
- Promising digital practices for nondominant learners
- Raising a programmer: Teaching Saudi children how to code
- Using tablet technologies to engage and motivate urban high school students
Vol. 4 No. 3 (2017)
- Gamification strategies in a hybrid exemplary college course
- Designing computer-based assessments: multidisciplinary findings and student perspectives
- A struggling school receives an “F” that: connecting moral luck and educational technology will build hope
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2018)
- Cyberbullying: role of the school counselor in mitigating the silent killer epidemic
- Benefits and meanings of educating with videogames in a Puerto Rican sixth grade public school classroom
- Higher education students’ ownership and usage of smart phones and tablets: the case of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
- Latino/a cultural perspectives of social presence: a case study
- Imagining the affordances of mobile devices as a mechanism in teaching and learning
Vol. 5 No. 2 (2018)
- Investigating STEM semantics and perceptions of engineer candidates and pre-service teachers: A mixed method study
- Facebook as integrated blended learning tool in technology and livelihood education exploratory
- Relationship between students’ digital literacy and their attitude towards using ICT
- Animated micro-sequences and auto-observational learning
- An evaluation of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) of in-service teachers: A study in Turkish public schools
Vol. 6 No. 1 (2019)
- Exherent and Inherent Value Beliefs about Technology: Missing Pieces in the Puzzle of Technology Integration?
- A Relative Effectiveness Assessment of an Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique Employed on Computers and Scratch Cards: A Meta-analysis
Vol. 6 No. 2 (2019)
- Learner access to resources for eLearning and preference for eLearning delivery mode in distance education programs in Ghana
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Published by the International Society for Educational Technology, The International Journal of Educational Technology (ISSN 2476-0730) is for professors, teachers, developers, researchers, administrators, teacher educators, corporate trainers, and technology coordinators representing all disciplines and levels of education and learning.
The International Journal of Educational Technology is online, open access, peer-reviewed journal.
The International Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) continually reviews article submissions throughout the year.
Edmund Forest – International Society for Educational Technology
Serhat Kurt – Necmettin Erbakan University
Yiyu Chen – University of Jinan
Maggie M. Wang – The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Karen Swan – University of Illinois Springfield, United States of America
Mark J. W. Lee – Charles Sturt University, United States of America
Christina Gitsaki – Zayed University, United Arab Emirates
Norazah Mohd Nordin – Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Sanjaya Mishra – Commonwealth of Learning, Canada
Rudi Susilana – Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
David Wheeler – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Caitlin Ryan – University of Oulu, Finland
Kelley Gonzales – The University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Mohammed Daoud Al-Majali – Mutah University, Jordan
IJET has no publication charges.
IJET is an international refereed journal in the field of educational technology.
The journal is of interest to academics, students, practitioners, and educational leaders who wish to keep abreast of scholarship, theory-building, evaluation, and empirical research in areas where educational instruction is offered through computer-based technologies.
The International Journal of Educational Technology welcomes contributions from scholars, practitioners, and policymakers.
IJET abstracted and indexed in:
- ERIC (Education Resources Information Center)
- Google Scholar
- DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Types of publication
The International Journal of Educational Technology publishes regular papers and special issues on specific topics of interest to international audiences of educational researchers. Regular issues have an open call for manuscripts.
Manuscripts submitted to IJET are expected to be well written, as they will not be edited for English expression while under review.
How are papers assessed?
Papers (including those in special issues) are subject to a peer-review process, using an international panel of researchers who are experts in relevant fields.
Article Submission Guidelines
- The subject matter should be concerned with the theory and/or practice within the area of computer-based educational technologies.
- All articles must be in English. The preferred spelling to be used for papers submitted to the journal is provided by Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. If a word is not in Webster’s Collegiate, authors should consult the more comprehensive Webster’s Third New International Dictionary. However, in the spirit of an international journal, IJET will support both U.K. and U.S. English spellings.
- Unless a numbering system (1.1, 1.2, etc.) adds significantly to the comprehension of the paper, it should not be used. However, authors should indicate heading hierarchy either by different font size or by making clear in some other way the hierarchy of headings. Headings should be in bold type.
- Unpublished material that is not readily available to readers of the journal should not be cited. However, we encourage you to include hyperlinks to any Web-based materials.
Acknowledgments should be included under a separate heading before the list of references, which comes at the end of the paper in alphabetical order.
- Footnotes and endnotes may be included but should be hyperlinked to from its reference in the main body of the text.
- Authors should use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for reference and citations format.
- If IJET accepts your paper for publication, you will be sent a form that you will need to sign and return to the IJET editors that will confirm that you:
- Permit the IJET editorial staff to edit your article in accordance to the IJET style and format
- Assign the copyright of your article to IJET
- Agree that your accepted publication is original and has not been accepted or published elsewhere
- The length of the paper should be between 3,500 and 8,000 words, excluding the abstract, summary statement, tables, and references. Book and software reviews should be approximately 1000 words or less.
- Papers should begin with an abstract of 250 words or less. Book and software reviews do not require an abstract.
- All submissions will be reviewed anonymously. Any references that identify the author in the text must therefore be deleted from the paper for review purposes. The anonymous paper should then be submitted as an email attachment. Author/paper identification information should be placed in the email message accompanying the attached file. In the case of postal submissions, submit author information in a separate envelope within the postal mailing. Required author/paper identification information includes:
- Email addresses of all authors
- Postal addresses
- Submission title
- Abstract (Note: Abstract should appear with the paper itself and in the author/paper identification information.)
- All text will be published on a single HTML Web page (no frames) with figures and photographs in either gif or jpeg format linked to the page. Therefore, papers should be submitted as a single HTML Web page (no frames) with figures and photographs in either gif or jpeg format linked to the page. For submission, use a White background color (#FFFFFF) and standard text colors (Black for the text and Blue for hyperlinks). If your article is accepted for publication, the article will be transferred into the IJET template by the IJET editorial staff for publication. Alternative formats, however, will be considered if both authors and editors consider that an alternative format would enhance the message of the article.
- Papers may be submitted either by e-mail (with the HTML page of text and figures/photographs as e-mail attachments) OR by postal mail as a hardcopy accompanied by an electronic copy on a floppy disk. Addresses appear below.
- Given the eccentricities associated with email and postal mail systems, authors should not consider their paper(s) officially submitted until receiving a confirmation from an IJET editorial staff member. The letter will acknowledge the receipt of the paper and any accompanying items as well as provide an IJET submission number by which the paper and accompanying items will be referred in future correspondence.
About this journal
The International Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) is an online, academic journal that adheres to the highest standards of peer review and engages established and emerging scholars from anywhere in the world.
IJET is a peer-reviewed, online publication addressing the scholarly use of multimedia resources in education. The first issue appeared online in July 1999 (Journal’s old website). The journal is now seeking manuscripts for its upcoming issues.
IJET is formally published four times per year however individual articles are made available immediately after peer review.
IJET welcomes papers on all aspects of the use of technology to enhance learning. We invite submissions that build on contemporary debates such as:
- The ways in which digital media interact with learning environments, educational institutions, and educational cultures.
- The changing nature of knowledge, learning, and pedagogy in the digital age.
- How new learning opportunities are facilitated through learners engagement in the production of media and in authoring processes previously only available to professionals.
- How educational practices in local, national and global contexts are being transformed by technical developments and innovative practices such as converging media or new ways of working with technology.
- The implications for formal education of the increasingly widespread use of media and technology in homes and communities.
- How Web 2.0, Web 3.0, and semantic web developments are supporting learning and/or teaching in a range of contexts.
- How individuals and communities are personalising their engagement with media, technology and others.
- How media and technologies are changing views of knowledge, learning and pedagogy, and raising questions about authorship and ownership.
IJET publishes fully open access academic articles. Articles and reviews are freely available to all interested readers immediately upon publication.
IJET is an Open Access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of Open Access.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
All articles accepted are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) License which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.