Multicultural Education and Technology Journal - Call for Papers
Journal call for papers from Multicultural Education & Technology Journal
]]>The editorial team of Multicultural Education and Technology Journal would like to invite submissions for the forthcoming volume.
Information and communications technologies (ICT) has enormous potential to address exclusion and inequality: "inclusion through learning innovation". Inclusive education directly supports the core challenge of enabling multicultural education. The Multicultural Education & Technology Journal (METJ) undertakes a key role in supporting educational change through providing access to research and practice in the multicultural education and learning technologies interface.
METJ offers both contributors and subscribers the opportunity to examine the role of learning technologies in supporting multicultural education from a comprehensive multidisciplinary and geographic perspective.
The editorial objectives and coverage focus on:
- Fostering research into the management of multicultural education and technology
- Understanding multicultural education in the context of teacher-learner equity
- Highlight the role of learning technologies in supporting multicultural education and international education provision
- Enabling learners to collaborate more effectively across ethnic, cultural and linguistic lines.METJ provides an international, peer-reviewed forum to explore the learning technology and multicultural education interface in various educational settings, with a particular focus on the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Attention is also given to secular and non-secular education.
METJ provides an international, peer-reviewed forum to explore the learning technology and multicultural education interface in various educational settings, with a particular focus on the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Attention is also given to secular and non-secular education.
METJ welcomes papers from all of the major disciplines in education and educational technology studies. Each article is subjected to peer review to ensure the journal is authoritative, accessible and relevant.
- Multicultural education and classroom technologies
- Managed learning environments and learning styles
- Pedagogy of equity and the role of learning technologies
- Multicultural online libraries and digital repositories
- Media and information literacy
- Multilingual literacy and adaptive technologies
- Multicultural education and collaborative digital communication tools
- Adaptive sequencing and learner profiling
- Learning technologies in supporting student retention
- Bilingualism and Information Communication Technologies
- Online diagnostics in supporting teaching and learning style
- Web 2.0 and socio-cultural impact on international education
- Web 2.0 and secular/non-secular education
- Impact of Digital Divide on inter-cultural education.
Papers should be submitted via the ScholarOne Manuscripts online submission system. Full author guidelines can be found at http://info.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=metj