Journal of Interactive Media in Education

JIME is an 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.

We aim to publish JIME three times a year

JIME has some exciting special issues lined up for 2014/2015 including a special issue on OER and state-of-the-art research in mobile learning.  Further possible special issues are under discussion.  So, whilst we usually welcoome new papers, we are not currently soliciting new papers except for papers in areas that align with these topics, i.e. OER (including MOOCS) and mobile learning research.

Please also note that we have amended our scope a little to focus on adult learning and so are not seeking submissions on the use of educational technology in school settings.

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Announcements

 

Special JIME issue on ‘Reusing Resources’ is published

 

The International Editorial Board of JIME is pleased to announce the publication of the Spring 2014 edition of the journal. This special issue of JIME features selected chapters from the forthcoming book 'Reusing Resources: Learning in Open Networks for Work, Life and Education' edited by Alison Littlejohn and Chris Pegler. The selected chapters and editorial are reproduced in JIME under an open license with permission from the publisher Routledge. It also includes two other articles and a book review.

You can find the latest issue of JIME at http://jime.open.ac.uk/jime/issue/view/2014-ReusingResources-OpenforLearning

JIME is an open access online journal in educational technology that focuses on the implications and use of digital media in education. The editors aim to publish three issues per year. This spring issue is the first publication of 2014. JIME papers are peer reviewed before publication and you can comment on the published papers on the site, which uses the Open Journal System (OJS) software.

 
Posted: 2014-04-10
 

JIME Book Reviews April 2014

 

This is the current list of books for review in the Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME) at the moment – if you’re interested in reviewing any of the following then get in touch with me through Twitter or via rob.farrow [at] open.ac.uk to let me know which volume you are interested in and some of your reviewer credentials.

Sue Crowley (ed.) (2014). Challenging Professional Learning. Routledge: London and New York.  link

Andrew S. Gibbons (2014).  An Architectural Approach to Instructional Design.  Routledge: London and New York. link

Wanda Hurren & Erika Hasebe-Ludt (eds.) (2014). Contemplating Curriculum – Genealogies, Times, Places. Routledge: London and New York.  link

Phyllis Jones (ed.) (2014).  Bringing Insider Perspectives into Inclusive Learner Teaching – Potentials and challenges for educational professionals. Routledge: London and New York. link

Marilyn Leask & Norbert Pachler (eds.) (2014).  Learning to Teach Using ICT in the Secondary School – A companion to school experience.  Routledge: London and New York. link

Ka Ho Mok & Kar Ming Yu (eds.) (2014).  Internationalization of Higher Education in East Asia – Trends of student mobility and impact on education governance. Routledge: London and New York.  link

Peter Newby (2014). Research Methods for Education (2nd ed.). Routledge: Abingdon. link

 
Posted: 2014-04-07
 
More Announcements...

2014: Reusing Resources - Open for Learning Special Issue

A selection of five chapters written for the book 'Reusing Open Resources: Learning in Open Networks for Work, Life and Education (Littlejohn and Pegler, 2014).

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Introduction to Reusing Resources: Open for Learning HTML PDF
Ann Jones, Martin Weller
Reusing Resources: Open for Learning HTML PDF
Chris Pegler, Allison Littlejohn

Articles

Agoraphobia and the modern learner HTML PDF
Jon Dron, Terry Anderson
“Open-sourcing” personal learning HTML PDF
Sebastian H. D. Fiedler
OER: A European policy perspective HTML PDF
Jesús Maria Alquézar Sabadie, Jonatan Castaño Muñoz, Yves Punie, Christine Redecker, Riina Vuorikari
Workplace Learning in Informal Networks HTML PDF
Colin Milligan, Allison Littlejohn, Anoush Margaryan
Analytics for Education HTML PDF
Sheila MacNeill, Lorna M. Campbell, Martin Hawksey
The Structure and Characteristics of #PhDChat, an Emergent Online Social Network PDF
Kasey C. Ford, George Veletsianos, Paul Resta
Developing an Open Resource Bank for Interactive Teaching of STEM: Perspectives of school teachers and teacher educators PDF
Bjoern Hassler, Sara Hennessy, Simon Knight, Teresa Connolly

Book and eBook Reviews

Book review:Technology-enhanced professional learning: process, practices and tools. London & New York: Routledge (Edited by Alison Littlejohn and Anoush Margaryan, 2014) HTML PDF
Steve Walker


ISSN: 1365-893X