The Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning (IJELL)
Call for Papers
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 e-skills and related technologies can contribute to improve and upgrade lifelong learning programs; articles can delineate new approaches and technologies that can be exploited for lifelong learning. 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, education, and other still that are affected by the breakthroughs in technology. We believe that sharing ideas and views from diverse communities, fields and epistemologies provides alternative perspectives and suggest novel solutions.
IJELL is published in print annually in a single volume by subscription and its articles appear online free of charge as soon as they are accepted. This approach provides authors with the widest possible potential audience.
Contributions are solicited in, but not limited to, the following topics:
E-skills and e-literacies for the knowledge society
Emerging technologies for lifelong learning
Online learning and teaching
Evaluation of ICT
Integration of ICT and contemporary educational technologies
Innovative applications of educational technologies
Virtual communities, collaborative learning
Data mining and analytics
Article submission guidelines
For article submission guidelines, please visit: http://www.informingscience.org/Journals/IJELL/ArticleSubmission
All research articles submitted to IJELL will undergo rigorous peer review. All papers will be peer reviewed by at least two reviewers, experts in the field, appointed by the editor-in chief of IJELL. They are all expected to give useful, timely feedback on submissions through a rigorous review process that is also one of collegial mentoring.
Gila Kurtz, Editor-in-Chief Niv Ahituv, Senior Associate Editor-in-Chief