The publication will not be an Open Access repository (Effective January 2017).
A maximum of thirty-nine (39) papers will be included in every journal issue (effective April 2013).
Multiple submission of the same paper on different journal submission will all be discarded (effective January 2017).
Paper title, author and corresponding author(s) names should be the same to the submitted paper and on the submission system (effective January 2017).
Each paper should only have one (1) corresponding author and cannot be changed (effective April 2013).
If plagiarism problem was found, all authors including the corresponded authors cannot submit paper(s) to our journal for three years.
The paper will be removed even though it was already published, and this will be noticed on the home page (effective April 2013).
If double submission was found, all authors including the corresponded authors cannot submit paper(s) to our journal for three years.
The paper will be removed even though it was published, and this will be noticed on the home page (effective April 2013).
Only paper(s) containing simulation, implementation, case study or other evidence of research advancement will be published.
Ideal paper can be published after the editorial board grants permission after reviewing the paper (effective April 2013).
Papers from one country cannot exceed 60% in every journal issue; it will be based by the first authors' nationality (effective July 2014).
Only one (1) paper from same author can be included in each issue regardless of role and order (effective July 2014).
SERSC DOES NOT ALLOW ANY AGENTS FROM CHINA to act on our behalf in collecting papers for our journals. SERSC have standard procedures in publication of submitted papers.
IJEL aims to facilitate and support research related to education, learning and its applications.
Our Journal provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss
recent progress in the area of education and learning.
To bridge the gap of users who do not have access to major databases where
one should pay for every downloaded article; this online publication platform
is open to all readers as part of our commitment to global scientific society.
The topics covered by IJEL include the following:-
Awards and Education
Basic Science in Education
Bridging the gap of Education and the Requirements of the Real Life
Changes and Challenges in Education
Computers for Education
Continuing Education & Its Delivery
Continuous Collaboration of Industry and Education
Distributed computing and distributed data bases for education
Distributed multimedia and Networks for education
Educational Software and Development
Educational technologies for People with Special Needs
Educational technologies for Women and Minorities
Election of Faculty Members
Environment and educational technologies
Examinations and Tests via Internet
Globalization in education Challenges and problems
Grants, Funds, Prizes and Projects for the New Educational Technologies
Integration of Computers, Internet, Multimedia for Educational Purposes
Intelligent Robots as Teachers
International Recognition of Qualifications
Internet for Education
Management of Educational Institutes
Methodologies in examinations and relevant problems
Multimedia for Education
Networking, Reliability aspects for Education
New types of Examinations
Privacy issues for education
Promotion of the Cultural Heritage through educational technologies
Psychological Aspects and Relations between lecturers and students
Quality Assurance in educational technologies
Resources and Funds in educational technologies
Social and cultural impact of modern communications for education
Studies in Engineering and the needs of the Production and Market
Supervision and Re-Organization of Laboratories with New Technologies
Transfer of Know-how for educational technologies
Virtual school, Virtual Classroom
Web-Management of education
Adaptive e- and u-Learning and intelligent apps & tools
Adoption of e- and u-Learning by academic and industry staff
Advanced use of multimedia
Anytime/anywhere e- and u-Learning and wearable network devices
Application of instructional design theories
Applications of metadata and virtual reality
Blended learning approaches
Communities of practice
Content Development and Management
Cost models for e- and u-Learning
Course development strategies
Distance Learning and Distance Teaching
Distributed e- and u-Learning environments
e- and u-Learning adoption and Pedagogy
e- and u-Learning and social justice
e- and u-Learning design, usability, evaluation
e- and u-Learning Groupware
e- and u-Learning implementation and cognitive styles
e- and u-Learning industry and University programs
e- and u-Learning portals
e- and u-Learning to support communities and individuals
e- and u-School & e- and u-University
Evaluation of Learning technologies
Faculty development and e- and u-Learning
Human resource development using e- and u-Learning at the company
Impact of the e- and u-Learning and Society
Integrated learning and educational environments
Inter-institutional education program cooperation
Issues in e- and u-Learning Research
Learning Content Management Systems & Learning Management Systems
Life long e- and u-Learning
Management using ICT
Marketing and promoting e- and u-Learning
National and international projects on e- and u-Learning
New partnerships to deliver e- and u-Learning
Online and computer aided assessments
Pedagogy for e- and u-Learning teachers
Practical uses of authoring tools
Pricing and economic analysis of web-based systems for education
Remote and wireless teaching technologies
Satellite campus issues
Satellite technologies for e- and u-Learning
Simulations and virtual learning environments
Social and collaborative e- and u-Learning
Societal and cultural issues in e- and u-Learning
Structural representations of e-Lessons
Support for lifelong learning
Synschronous and Non-Synchronous e- and u-Learning
The future of e- and u-Learning
The Learning Commons
Tutoring e- and u-Learning applications and services
Web 2.0 technologies and the classroom
Other/specialist e- and u-Learning topics
Abdullah Al Zoubi, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Amman, Jordan
Ali Moeini, University of Tehran, Iran
Amine Berqia, University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal
Andrew Goh, International Management Journals, Singapore
Anita Welch, North Dakota State University, USA
Arnelyn Torres, Hanseo University, Korea
Asha Kanwar, Commonwealth of Learning, Canada
Birgit Oberer, Kadir Has University, Turkey
Bulent Acma, Anadolu University,Eskisehir, Turkey
Cheah Phaik Kin, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Kampar, Malaysia
Chitharanjandas Chinnapaka, London Metropolitan University, London
David Guralnick, University of Columbia, USA
Florin D. Salajan, North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND, USA