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JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of technology enhanced learning. So it aims to bridge the gape between pure academic research journals and more practical publications. So it covers the full range from research, application development to experience reports and product descriptions. iJET is an Open Access Journal. Readers don't have to pay any fee. Announcements Vol 9, No 2 (2014) Table of Contents Papers Short Papers Calls

Australasian Journal of Educational Technology The Australasian Journal of Educational Technology is the journal of ascilite, the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. It aims to promote research and scholarship on the integration of technology in tertiary education, promote effective practice, and inform policy. AJET has an impact factor of 1.363 (JCR 2012), and is currently ranked 33/216 in the Education category. AJET is indexed in EDITLib, the ACER Blended Online Learning and Distance Education research bank, EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service, and Informit A+ Education. Prior to Volume 20, 2004, AJET was published under the title Australian Journal of Educational Technology. If you encounter any issues with the AJET submission system and website please contact Andre Colbert at Call for Proposals for a Special Issue of AJET in 2015 Expressions of interest of up to 500 words should include the following information: Table of Contents Editorial Articles

The Journal of Virtual Worlds and Education The Journal of Effective Teaching - an online journal devoted to teaching excellence Welcome to the The Journal of Effective Teaching, a peer reviewed electronic journal devoted to the discussion of teaching excellence in colleges and universities. The Journal of Effective Teaching will publish two regular issues per year and possibly a special issue on a current topic. The regular issues will contain articles in two broad Content Areas: effective teaching and the scholarship of teaching. Recent Issues A listing of all articles can now be found in the RSS Feed or at JETfeed. Recent Letters from the Editor How Long Does It Take to Prepare for Class? Call for Papers The Journal of Effective Teaching will occasionally publish feature articles, commentaries, and special topic issues. Features Recent Books on Best Practices in Teaching:

Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice Journal Ethos The Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice aims to provide a supportive publishing outlet to allow established and particularly new authors to contribute to the scholarly discourse of academic practice (both generally and in their discipline area) through the publication of papers that are theory-based and supported by evidence, as well as through the publication of Opinion Pieces and ‘On the Horizon’ papers on emerging work. The Author Guidelines provide further guidance on the thematic areas covered by the journal, and the format for submissions to the journal. In relation to the general ethos of the Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, the journal exists not only for the publication of papers within our thematic scope but also as a collegiate and developmental platform for new authors, those new to journal reviewing, and for scholars who are seeking to gain experience in journal editing and publishing. Announcements Vol 4, No 3 (2016)

for Librarians | Readers Theater: Teach Reading By Putting On a Play Drama is fun and natural for children. Youngsters at play are always inventing characters, scenes, and stories, using expressive voices and invented dialogue. One form of drama — Readers Theater — is particularly effective in building reading fluency, encouraging emotional growth, motivation, and engagement. Readers Theater, or "RT" for short, can boost listening and speaking skills enhance confidence transform reluctant readers into book lovers. It’s the perfect activity for a library setting. Getting Started Readers Theater is easy. With RT, kids can scale mountains, battle dragons, or row Viking ships across the ocean — all while sitting on the library floor or standing on a makeshift stage. Jo Worthy, associate professor of education at the University of Texas, advises librarians to read expressively during shared read-alouds in order to set an example of how things should sound. After the kids are familiar with the script, the librarian assigns roles to each participant.

European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning The Endless Possibilities When Education and Technology Combine Home » Education Are you tired of fumbling with the awkward keyboard on your Apple device? Do you wish you had someone to... write down all of your notes?compose your emails? While I would love to provide all of you with your own personal scribes, I just barely lack the funds to be able to do that. So what is this incredible app? Dragon Dictation is an easy-to-use voice recognition app that turns audio into text. This app is totally free and incredibly easy to use. With a free app like this, I was not expecting much. This app can do wonders for a multitude of people including the physically disabilities and the visually impared. "type" without having to see the keyboard.quickly send a text, tweet, or a quick email.communicate online without being held back. Does anyone already use this app in their classroom? -Mason P.S. Share this post with your friends and colleagues:

Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning - Aims & scope Check out Open Learning’s Expert Interview This is a leading international journal in the field of open, flexible and distance learning. Open Learning is widely subscribed to and read throughout the world by those in specialist distance education institutions, and also by those using distance, flexible and technology based forms of learning in conventional education and training contexts. Open Learning publishes three kinds of article: theoretical and evidence-based scholarly articles reflecting developments in open, distance and e-learning shorter practical articles describing the implementation of forms of open, flexible and distance learning likely to interest our international readership book reviews Articles are peer reviewed by an international panel of experts in the field, are accepted from contributors world wide and reflect developments in the field globally.

British Journal of Educational Technology BJET Policy Infographics Best EdTech Paper Award at BERA Annual Conference, 2016 We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2016 Best EdTech Paper Award is Dr Louis Major of the University of Cambridge, for his conference paper titled 'Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Introducing TalkWall.' BJET would also like to commend Dr Diane Dalby of the University of Nottingham for her paper 'Enhancing Formative Assessment through Digital Technology'. New Editors for BJET 26 May 2016 We are delighted to announce the appointment of a new editorial team for the British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET). Carina Girvan, Sara Hennessy, Manolis Mavrikis, Sara Price and Niall Winters will take over editing BJET from July 2016. As we enter the handover period, the team at Wiley would like to extend our sincere thanks to the interim team who have done so much to ensure the Journal is being passed on in such a strong position. BJET volume 49 issue 2.

Computers & Education Computers & Education aims to increase knowledge and understanding of ways in which digital technology can enhance education, through the publication of high quality research, which extends theory and practice. The Editors welcome research papers on the pedagogical uses of digital technology, where the focus is broad enough to be of interest to a wider education community. We do not publish small-scale evaluations of specific software/systems in specialist domains or particular courses in individual institutions (unless the findings have broader relevance that is explicitly drawn out in the paper). Papers that include discussions of the implementation of software and/or hardware should focus on the context of use, the user/system interface, usability issues and evaluations of the user experience and impacts on and implications for learning and teaching. Detailed information on implementation architecture should NOT be included in the paper, but may be provided via hot-links.