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 planning some exciting special collections in the forthcoming year so we are not currently accepting other submissions. The forthcoming special collections that we are planning are: on the themes of Open Education (submissions now closed- see below); Mobile Learning and Designing for Learning.
NOTE: JIME is planning some exciting special issues so we are currently not seeking unsolicited papers and will only be considering papers that are related to our advertised special issues. Please look out for future calls for papers.
Each summer JIME publishes reviews of some of the latest books released in educational technology and the role of multimedia technologies in higher education. Reviewers are currently being sought for our 2017 volume. The full list of titles can be found at http://jime.open.ac.uk/about/review-books/.
Reviewers should in the first instance email the Rob Farrow (Book Reviews Editor) with an expression of interest. This should include a brief biographical description indicating your suitability as a reviewer and a list of all volumes you would be willing to review. (Reviews are commissioned on a first-come, first serve basis for qualified reviewers.) Reviews are due on the 28th February 2017 and will be published in the summer edition of JIME.
Reviews should be around 1500-2000 words long and should focus on the relevance of the volume for educational technologists, instructional designers, and educators working in higher education institutions.
Posted on 06 Dec 2016More Announcements