Papers accepted and presented at the conference will be published in the

(1) Technology, Knowledge and Learning Journal or

(2) Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching (JALT)

 

Conditions for publication:

  1. The abstract must be reviewed and accepted for presentation at the conference
  2. The author(s) needs to register and make payment for the conference

Note: There is no payment needed for publication.

More about the journals

(1) Technology, Knowledge and Learning Journal
Dr Dirk Ifenthaler, Editor-in-Chief

https://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=19700200832&tip=sid

 

Technology, Knowledge and Learning emphasizes the increased interest on context-aware adaptive and personalized digital learning environments. Rapid technological developments have led to new research challenges focusing on digital learning, gamification, automated assessment and learning analytics.

These emerging systems aim to provide learning experiences delivered via online environments as well as mobile devices and tailored to the educational needs, the personal characteristics and the particular circumstances of the individual learner or a (massive) group of interconnected learners. Such diverse learning experiences in real-world and virtual situations generates big data which provides rich potential for in-depth intelligent analysis and adaptive feedback as well as scaffolds whenever the learner needs it.

Novel manuscripts are welcome that account for how these new technologies and systems reconfigure learning experiences, assessment methodologies as well as future educational practices.

Technology, Knowledge and Learning also publishes guest-edited themed special issues linked to the emerging field of educational technology.

(2) Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching (JALT)
Dr Jürgen Rudolph, Editor-in-Chief

http://journals.sfu.ca/jalt

 

The Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching (JALT) is open in a number of senses: there are no charges to readers and authors, the content is openly available rather than being hidden behind a firewall, and it is open to all traditions of research, including conceptual papers. It is hoped that JALT will open up new frontiers and challenge conventional wisdom for the global higher education community.

JALT provides a forum for new ideas and analyses of higher education practices. The journal is within a global context on the broad subject of learning and teaching and aims to provide its readers the sharing of best academic practices (including, but not limited to, instructional practices, curriculum design, assessment and measurement, educational policy, educational technology, teaching and learning, and learning sciences) across a variety of disciplines. JALT consists of original, empirical research, conceptual pieces, contributions of an ‘informed journalistic’ nature, education technology reviews and book reviews. The institutional and financial support of Kaplan Singapore is acknowledged with gratitude.