The journal welcomes research on innovative approaches in applying technology to enhance learning, design and educational outcomes, including quantitative, qualitative and hybrid approaches. Articles on applied theory in educational practice are also welcomed, as well as articles on the practical applications of research, on current policy initiatives and evaluations of research, theoretical, pedagogical and methodological issues related to educational technology. In addition, the journal accepts critical reviews on theoretical or pedagogical perspectives, new technologies and the use of IT in higher education.
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- Learning analytics and educational data mining
- Open access systems for learning and training
- Organisational and administrative perspectives of IT use in higher education
- University governance and leadership in the knowledge society
- Institutional policies, standards and assessment methods
- Models of higher education presence and service using the Internet
- Internationalization and cultural aspects of online learning, training and research
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The International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education (ETHE) is the new name of RUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal. This is the start of a new era for the open-access online scientific journal founded in 2004 by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). The journal has published 12 volumes containing more than 250 articles, 177 of which have appeared in both English and Spanish.
Between 2013 and 2015 the journal was co-edited by UOC and the University of New England (Australia). From 2016 a new stage starts, with the Universidad de los Andes as co-editor of the journal with the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. From volume 13 onwards, the journal is published by Springer, which will undoubtedly expand the reach and impact of the articles.
It will continue to be an open-access online journal under the academic management of UOC, with assistance from an International Editorial Board comprised of experts in Educational Technology in Higher Education.
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