Ed tech research

Explore the horizons of education technology

ISTE journals chronicle the latest peer-reviewed research on effective learning and teaching with technology. Edited by experts in the field and published quarterly, ISTE journals investigate the impact and implications of technology-rich instruction in PK-12 environments and teacher education programs. 

Journal of Research on Technology in Education

The ISTE Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE) features the most relevant ed tech research from around the globe. Peer reviewed and published quarterly, JRTE reports original research, literature reviews and syntheses, methodological reviews, policy analyses, and theoretical or conceptual positions related to the efficacy of instructional uses of education technology. JRTE digital issues are published quarterly.

Editor
Dave Edyburn, Ph.D.,
University of Central Florida
jrte@ucf.edu

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4 digital issues/year

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Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education

The ISTE Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education (JDLTE) is a refereed journal published in partnership with the ISTE Professional Learning Network for Teacher Educators. JDLTE provides access to the growing body of research addressing the use of digital technologies in teacher education. Articles highlight contemporary trends and effective, creative and innovative uses of digital technologies that prepare preservice, inservice and teacher educators for teaching in technology-rich learning environments. JDLTE digital issues are published quarterly.

Editors
Ann Thompson, Ph.D., Iowa State University
Denise Schmidt-Crawford, Ph.D., Iowa State University 
Denise Lindstrom, Ph.D., Fairmont State University
jdigitalteacher@gmail.com

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Computers in the Schools

Computers in the Schools

Under the editorship of D. LaMont Johnson, PhD, a nationally recognized leader in the field of educational computing, Computers in the Schools is supported by an editorial review board of prominent specialists in the school and educational setting. Material presented in this highly acclaimed journal goes beyond the “how we did it” magazine article or handbook by offering a rich source of serious discussion for educators, administrators, computer center directors, and special service providers in the school setting. Articles emphasize the practical aspect of any application, but also tie theory to practice, relate present accomplishments to past efforts and future trends, identify conclusions and their implications, and discuss the theoretical and philosophical basis for the application. 

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Learning, Media and Technology

Learning, Media and Technology

Learning, Media and Technology aims to stimulate debate on digital media, digital technology and digital cultures in education. The journal seeks to include submissions that take a critical approach towards all aspects of education and learning, digital media and digital technology - primarily from the perspective of the social sciences, humanities and arts. The journal has a long heritage in the areas of media education, media and cultural studies, film and television, communications studies, design studies and general education studies.

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