International Journal of Information and Learning Technology

International Journal of Information and Learning Technology


ISSN: 2056-4880

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Journal history

Previously published as Campus Wide Information Systems and incorporating Academic and Library Computing which was previously published as Library Workstation Report and Library Workstation and PC Report and M300 and PC Report
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Aims and Scope 

International Journal of Information and Learning Technology (IJILT) provides a forum for the sharing of the latest theories, applications, and services related to planning, developing, managing, using, and evaluating information technologies in administrative, academic, and library computing, as well as other educational technologies.

Publishing research articles illustrating and critiquing educational technologies and new uses of technology in education; issue-or results-focused case studies detailing examples of technology applications in higher education; and in-depth analyses of the latest theories, applications and services in the field. The journal provides wide-ranging and independent coverage of the management, use and integration of information resources and learning technologies.
 

"The International Journal of Information & Learning Technology (IJILT) seeks to share learner centred research that is shaped, in someway, by technological innovations. At the heart of the journal is a desire to understand the emergence and application of ICT innovations and how this is realised online, and in our classrooms, for children and adults alike. As Editor I feel IJILT has an important role, along with similar journals, to support technological innovation research that embraces the diversity in our global and local learning experiences."

- Professor Glenn Hardaker, Editor

 

This Journal is abstracted and indexed by: Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus, A+ Education, ABI Inform, Academic Search Alumni, Academic Search Complete, Academic Search Premier, Academic Source Complete, Academic Source Premier, Australian Education Index, Computer & Applied Sciences Complete, Current Awareness Abstracts, Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), Emerald Management Reviews, The Informed Librarian, Information Management and Technology Abstracts, INSPEC, OCLC, ProQuest, Publishing in Academic Journals in Education, The Publication Forum (Finland)

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International Journal of Information and Learning Technology is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Education eJournals Collection. For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com or visit the Emerald Education eJournals Collection page.

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