British Journal of Educational Technology
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Recently Published Issues
The impact of mobile learning on students' learning behaviours and performance: Report from a large blended classroom
Minjuan Wang, Ruimin Shen, Daniel Novak, Xiaoyan Pan
Supporting social awareness in collaborative e-learning
Niki Lambropoulos, Xristine Faulkner, Fintan Culwin
The Buddha's distance learning consult
Keith B. Hopper
Using reflection triggers while learning in an online course
Dominique Verpoorten, Wim Westera, Marcus Specht
Social Networking and Mobile Learning
Edited by Norbert Pachler, Maria Ranieri, Stefania Manca and John Cook
Volume 43, Issue 5, (September 2012)
Learning objects in progress
Edited by Michael Klebl and Bernd J. Krämer
Volume 41, Issue 6, (November 2010)
Educational Technology in China
Edited by Meifeng Liu
Volume 41, Issue 4 (July 2010)
BJET included in EdITLib
BJET abstracting and indexing information is now included in EdITLib, the premiere resource for peer-reviewed research, developments, and applications in Educational Technology and E-Learning.
Best EdTech Paper Award at BERA Annual Conference, 2016
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2016 Best EdTech Paper Award is Dr Louis Major of the University of Cambridge, for his conference paper titled 'Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum (DiDiAC): Introducing TalkWall.'
BJET would also like to commend Dr Diane Dalby of the University of Nottingham for her paper 'Enhancing Formative Assessment through Digital Technology'.
New Editors for BJET
26 May 2016
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a new editorial team for the British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET).
Carina Girvan, Sara Hennessy, Manolis Mavrikis, Sara Price and Niall Winters will take over editing BJET from July 2016. The new team bring a wealth and breadth of relevant experience and scholarly expertise to the role and we are confident that under their leadership, BJET will flourish and be a leader of contemporary developments in this international field for researchers and practitioners. The new team will look to build on BJET’s strong reputation and increase its reach and impact. The Journal will retain its commitment to internationalism, inclusiveness, innovation and capacity building.
As we enter the handover period, the team at Wiley would like to extend our sincere thanks to the interim team who have done so much to ensure the Journal is being passed on in such a strong position. Thanks indeed go to Ian Menter, Cristina Costa, Carey Jewitt, Andreja Starcic and Sara Hennessy.
BJET volume 49 issue 2.
Dr Jimmy Jaldemark, Dr Anders D. Olofsson, Prof Stefan Hrastinski and Dr Lena-Maria Öberg
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Interview with Nick Rushby - Beijing, October 2013
Watch an interview with former Editor, Nick Rushby, as he discusses the work of BJET and offers an insight into the publication process on a recent trip to Beijing.
Watch the latest video abstract from the Special Issue: Emerging Technologies and Transformation Effect on Pedagogy.
Telmo Zarraonandia discusses his article on An augmented lecture feedback system to support learner and teacher communication (Telmo Zarraonandia, Ignacio Aedo, Paloma Díaz and Alvaro Montero)