Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning (IJELL)

Online ISSN: 2375-2092  •  Print ISSN: 2375-2084

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The Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning (IJELL) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles on the development of e-skills and lifelong learning. The journal publishes conceptual, theoretical and empirical papers. This includes using various technologies to develop e-skills and to support lifelong learning. In addition, articles with a sound underpinning of pedagogical principles and design science on the development of e-skills  using information technology are also welcome. 

All manuscripts are submitted and reviewed electronically.  We provide our published authors with both a quality print publication and the widespread readership that comes from publishing all articles online within a few weeks of acceptance. This approach ensures that published works are read and cited by the widest possible audience.

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Fay Sudweeks
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Editorial Board

Fay Sudweeks
sudweeks@murdoch.edu.au
Editor in Chief

Dr Jon K. Webber
drjonwebber@gmail.com
Associate Editor in Chief

The rapid development of IT and other applied technologies make is a must to introduce their utilization to adults wishing to renew, change or upgrade their skills through the use of contemporary technologies. The Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning (IJELL) is a scholarly forum for those wishing to explore and advance aspects of e-skills for the lifelong learners. E-skills and lifelong learning may be attended in two facets: articles can exhibit how current ...

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