JIME is a peer reviewed open access online journal in educational technology that focuses on the implications and use of digital media in education. It aims to foster a multidisciplinary and intellectually rigorous debate on both the theory and practice of interactive media in education. JIME was launched in September, 1996.
JIME is currently working through a series of planned special collections to appear later in 2017 and early in 2018. Therefore the journal will not accept unsolicited submissions until further notice.
Our most recent publication covers book reviews from several titles, including:
- Understanding Digital Technologies and Young Children by Garvis, S. & Lemon, N. (Eds.)
- Digital Identity and Social Media by Warburton, S. & Hatzipanagos, S. (Eds.)
- Authentic learning for the digital generation: raising the potential of technology in the classroom by McFarlane, A.
- Populism, Media and Education: Challenging discrimination in contemporary digital societies by Ranieri, M
- Posthumanism and the Massive Open Online Course: Contaminating the Subject of Global Education by Knox, J.
Full reviews onlin, for free, at http://doi.org/10.5334/jime.458
Posted on 12 Oct 2017
This special collection presents research from members of the FutureLearn Academic Network who have been investigating different aspects of teaching and learning in massive open online courses.
Visit the collection table of contents for more information.
Posted on 06 Jan 2017