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Research in Learning Technology - previously ALT-J

Announcement - Research in Learning Technology - Open Access from 2012

From January 2012 our journal will be fully Open Access, produced in partnership with the Swedish publisher Co-Action Publishing. We are about to complete negotiations on the new publishing agreement with Co-Action, and once finalised the process of transfer of the journal from the current publisher to Co-Action will then begin, taking final effect at the end of 2011. This change represents a major development for ALT. One effect will be that the contents Research in Learning Technology will be hugely more accessible to people world-wide than at present. Another will be much better integration between the journal and the ALT conference. A third is likely to be a modest reduction in the annual costs of organisational membership of ALT, from February 2012.

Seb Schmoller, Chief Executive, January 2011

About the journal

ALT produces Research in Learning Technology (previously ALT-J) an international, tri-annual, peer-reviewed journal devoted to research and good practice in the use of learning technologies within tertiary education. Members receive ALT-J as part of their subscription, although the format and type of access to the journal may vary according to membership type.

Research in Learning Technology is published by the Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. From its inception until January 2004 (Issue 11.3) it was published by the The University of Wales Press.

Special Issue 2011 (19/3) 'Theory in Learning Technology' Call for Papers.

Issue and Access Information

Author and Editorial Information

Current Issue

Here are links to individual articles of the latest issue of the ALT Journal, Volume 18 Issue 3, December 2011. The transformational impact of learning technology, a special issue co-edited by John Bourne, Martin Hall, and Mike Keppell.

If your organisation is a member of ALT, or if it has an online subscription to the Journal, and if its network is appropriately configured, then you should be able to click straight through to the individual articles. Note that all organisational and sponsoring members of ALT are entitled to online access to ALT-J for all their employees when logged into the network. If you cannot access the Journal online, this is something we may be able to help you fix.

Table of contents

Editorial "Learning technology and organisations: transformational impact?" by Martin Hall, Mike Keppell, and John Bourne
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529314

Article "Transforming distance education curricula through distributive leadership" by Mike Keppell; Carolyn O’Dwyer; Betsy Lyon; Merilyn Childs
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529112

Article "Change, technology and higher education: are universities capable of organisational change?" by Stephen Marshall
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529107

Article "Enhancing online distance education in small rural US schools: a hybrid, learner-centred model" by Claire de la Varre; Julie Keane; Matthew J. Irvin
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529109

Article "The role of information and communication technologies in improving teaching and learning processes in primary and secondary schools" by Albert Sangrà; Mercedes González-Sanmamed
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529108

Article "Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: mobile Web 2.0 informing a new institutional e-learning strategy" by Thomas D. Cochrane
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529110

Article "Using Voice Boards: pedagogical design, technological implementation, evaluation and reflections" by Elisabeth Yaneske; Briony Oates
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529106

Article "Web-based lecture technologies and learning and teaching: a study of change in four Australian universities" by M. Gosper; M. McNeill; R. Phillips; G. Preston; K. Woo; D. Green
DOI: 10.1080/09687769.2010.529111

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