Technology, Pedagogy and Education
Technology, Pedagogy and Education
Journal Title: Technology, Pedagogy and Education
ISSN: 1475-939X
ISSN Online: 1747-5139
Publication Frequency: 5 issues per year. 5 issues will be print.
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Aim & Scope: 2014 Impact Factor 0.859
Ranking:97/224 (Education & Educational Research)
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Technology, Pedagogy and Education seeks to serve the international education community by disseminating research findings regarding the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to improve teaching and learning. It explores the particular contribution that ICT can make to educational environments, focusing on empirical evidence derived from both quantitative and qualitative research designs, and on a critical analysis of the ways in which new technologies can support learning and teacher professional development in all phases of education.

The journal aims to promote the advance of research and scholarship in its field; to provide a vehicle for the exchange and dissemination of reports regarding implementations and practices and research; to offer a forum for the debate of contemporary issues; to create an international arena for discussion of the role of ICT in education and professional development; and to develop greater awareness, understanding and cooperation between educators.

Contributions are published in the form of original theoretical pieces, research reports, literature reviews, book reviews, and announcements about the development of theory and practice in the field of technology and pedagogy. All contributions are scrutinised by at least two international referees.

The journal welcomes all contributions which extend or amplify what is already published in the field of technology and pedagogy, and which will be of interest to those involved in teacher education. It especially seeks to publish articles concerned with:

?ICT practices and innovations in education – schools, teacher education, higher education and informal settings;
?the theory and practice of ICT in teaching and professional development/learning/;
?evaluation of the impact of ICT on teaching and learning;
?social, cultural, political and economic aspects of ICT and pedagogy, particularly concerning better educational opportunities for disadvantaged learners;
?pre-service teachers working with ICT in formal and informal settings;
?learners working with ICT;
?links between schools, training institutions and the wider community.
Peer Review Policy:
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as Technology, Pedagogy and Education (2003 - current) Formerly known as Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education (1992 - 2002)
Editor Board:
Patrick Carmichael - University of Bedfordshire, UK


Associate Editors-in-Chief

Sue Brindley - University of Cambridge, UK

Sarah Younie -  De Montfort University, UK

Editorial Board:

David Benzie - College of St Mark & St John, Plymouth, UK
Pete Bradshaw - The Open University, UK
Linda Clarke - University of Ulster, UK
Niki Davis - Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand
Patrick Dillon - University of Exeter, UK
Tony Fisher - University of Nottingham, UK
David Gibson - Vice President of the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education, USA
Ian Gibson - Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Mick Hammond - University of Warwick, UK
Pedro Hepp - Tide, Temuco, Chile
Chris Higgins - Oxford Brookes University, UK
Bill Hunter - University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
Steve Kennewell  - Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
Paul A. Kirschner - Open Universiteit Nederland, The Netherlands
Kwok-Wing Lai - University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Avril Loveless - University of Brighton, UK
Angela McFarlane - University of Bristol, UK
Richard Millwood - University of Bolton, UK
Paul Resta - The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Karl Steffens - University of Cologne, Germany
Penni Tearle - University of Exeter, UK
Allen Thurston - Queen's University Belfast
Guglielmo Trentin - Consiglio Nazionale delle Richerche, Genoa, Italy
Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo - Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary
Keith Turvey, University of Brighton, UK
Joke Voogt -  University of Twente, Netherlands  
Roberta K. Weber - Florida Atlantic University, USA
Dee Anna Willis - Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, USA
Nicola Yelland - Hong Kong Institute of Education, China
Shelley Shwu-ching Young - National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Katina Zammit -  University of Western Sydney, Australia


Abtracting & Indexing:

Technology, Pedagogy and Education is abstracted/indexed in: ASSIA; Australian Research Council (ARC) Ranked Journal List; British Education Index; Contents Pages in Education; Education Journal; Educational Administration Abstracts; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); Education Resources Information Center ( ERIC); ERIH (European Reference Index for the Humanities, Pedagogical and Educational Research); IBR (International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences); Library and Information Science Abstracts; Linguistics and Language Behaviour Abstracts; PsycINFO; Research into Higher Education Abstracts and SCOPUS®

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