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Journal of Educational Technology Systems
Baywood Publishing Company, Inc, May 2013
The Journal of Educational Technology Systems deals with systems in which technology and education interface and is designed to inform educators who are interested in making optimum use of technology.
As a subscriber, you can depend on the Journal to help you, and those who seek your counsel, make intelligent decisions about the effective use and evaluation of technology as it pertains to the learning process.
AIMS & SCOPE
The Journal of Educational Technology Systems offers a forum for publishing papers from both academia and industry concerning applications of technology that enable or improve learning. These papers will be from all levels of educational institutions, and from commercial and training organizations. Educational systems, both software and hardware, that improve or evaluate instruction are of primary interest. The pace at which new technologies are entering the educational and training processes is of vital interest to educators, administrators and researchers. Reports of successes in current multimedia applications provide guidance to readers contemplating such programs. Evaluations will also target factors that can result in failures.
Special emphasis is given to papers that deal with the use of computers and web-based instruction as an integral component of educational systems. Design and development of interactive computer-based systems that link other instructional technologies are of particular interest. The Journal of Educational Technology Systems also deals with the nature of technological systems useful for teaching and learning. More importantly, the Journal focuses on techniques and curriculum that utilize technology in all types of educational systems. Description of actual classroom practice and experimentation with the educational use of technology is an equally important aspect of the Journal. Finally, this peer-refereed Journal features innovative papers about alternative models for distance learning.
ABSTRACTED & INDEXED IN
- Academic Abstracts;
- All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information
- Computer Literature Index
- Current Index to Journals in Education
- Educational Administration Abstracts
- Engineering Index
- Grayson Communications Report
- Hospital Literature Human-Computer Interaction
- H.W. Wilson
- Information Science Abstracts
- International Bibliography of Book Reviews
- International Bibliography of Periodical Literature
- Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts
- Network of Educational Informatics Periodicals Bulletin
- Social Planning/Policy & Development Abstracts
- Sociological Abstracts
- Violence & Abuse Abstracts
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