Research in Learning Technology publishes papers concerning the use of technology in learning and teaching in all sectors of education, as well as in industry.
The focus of the journal is on publishing high quality evidence-based manuscripts from researchers, practitioners and policy makers which serve the needs of the diverse and international readership. Manuscripts can be purely research-based or draw critically on practice-based approaches in the area of technology enhanced learning. Articles can be focused on any level of education, from formal primary, secondary, further and tertiary (higher) education to professional learning (e.g. CPD) and informal learning.
Research in Learning Technology publishes articles in the following broad areas: technology enhanced learning, online learning, distance learning, mobile learning, flexible learning, wearable technologies, simulation, learning environments, learning spaces, pedagogy, open educational practice and social media.
The aims of Research in Learning Technology are:
Excellence in research- to encourage the submission and publication of leading research that is both scholarly and practice-based.
The Globethics.net library contains all the articles of Research in Learning Technology from 1(1993)- to 24(2016), harvested from doaj. NB: To see the PDF click and open in a new page or go to the journals webpage on Taylor & Francis.
Copyright for articles published in this journal is retained by the journal.
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