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 in 2018. Therefore the journal will not accept unsolicited submissions until further notice.
Last April representatives from 18 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean gathered in São Paulo to discuss the recommendations that would be put forward to the 2nd World OER Congress in relation to mainstreaming OER to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal on Quality Education. During the discussions that preceded these recommendations, it was noted that countries in Latin America are still in the early stages of adopting OER. This delayed uptake was firstly attributed to the lack of visibility of existing open education initiatives in the region. In this Special Collection the co-editors seek to highlight issues and challenges emerging from the effective implementation of OER policies, initiatives and projects in Latin America; and showcase research on the process of adoption and impact of the use of OER in educational settings in the region.
We invite contributions to JIME, for a special collection issue on open education in Latin America. Submissions to JIME should have a clear educational focus or application, and should illuminate the special contribution that digital media can make to learners' knowledge, understanding or skill. Submissions are expected to advance knowledge in the field in some way, by developing theory, or critiquing existing work, or providing an analysis or framework for understanding empirical findings.
Different kinds of submissions will be judged by different criteria. Ideally, we are looking for integrated submissions that present the theoretical basis for a technology, its design process and implementation, its evaluation, and theoretical implications. However, one or more of these aspects may form the basis for a submission.
For this issue on Open Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, themes include but are not limited to:
Contributors should take account of JIME’s guidelines for submissions.
Posted on 29 Nov 2017
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