The academically peer refereed Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning (IJELL) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles on e-skills for the lifelong learners e.g., beyond traditional and academic schooling and throughout adult life. The journal publishes empirical, conceptual and theoretical papers that make a pedagogical and methodological contribution with the use of ICT and other contemporary technologies into service delivery, business efficiency, entrepreneurship, and education.
The mission of the journal is to promote innovative scholarly research that covers aspects of online, browsing, big data, analytics and other pertinent technologies for adult learners' literacies and e-skills. This implies the application of an appropriate pedagogy approach to enhance such efforts. We aim to achieve this by: