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E-Learning is a peer-reviewed international online-only journal directed towards the study and research of e-learning in its diverse aspects: pedagogical, curricular, sociological, economic, philosophical and political. A Policy statement is available.

The journal aims to serve as an international forum to facilitate current research, practice and development of e-learning in education. Oriented toward practitioners in the field who are engaged in both the practice and theory of e-learning, it is a broadly conceived journal with a focus on research, evaluation of current practice, and the underlying theories of e-learning in its diverse forms. E-Learning is particularly interested in articles that address theory and practice, although work that is predominantly conceptual, theoretical and 'critical' is welcomed. It also encourages articles with an experimental outlook.

The journal publishes five kinds of submissions:

  1. quality academic articles (generally 6000-8000 words);
  2. national and international policy reports (unspecified length);
  3. policy research notes (2000 words maximum)
  4. reviews (1000 words maximum)
  5. interchanges (interviews, right of reply etc.)

Access is available to subscribers at www.wwwords.co.uk/ELEA

only available ONLINE
all articles independently (anonymously) reviewed
typeset in familiar printed journal format
published in conventional volume/number sequence

Once you have registered your subscription you can

access the journal via any internet-connected computer
read articles online, or save them to disk for printing later
use current and past issues when you choose
 

E-Learning (ISSN 1741-8887) is an online-only journal published four times a year at www.wwwords.co.uk/ELEA, those four issues constituting one volume. Articles are conventionally typeset and appear as familiar journal articles; proofs are sent to the authors as PDF files; the only real difference is that articles are only available for viewing online (and can then also be saved as files and printed).

Please note that campus-wide access by institutional libraries is only available by paid subscription via the major subscription agents, or directly with the publishers. Subscription/access information can be obtained from the major subscription agents.
Further details can be found at
Subscription rates, or by contacting subscriptions@symposium-journals.co.uk

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