We are pleased to present the latest issue of AJET. As our first issue for 2014 it is timely to provide some bibliometrics on the recent performance of the journal. We have analysed the data available to date and present the detail in a series of tables. Please note that we have used the data for 2012 submissions to calculate the acceptance rates because many 2013 submissions are still under review or revisions have been requested, pending a final outcome. The journal impact data comes from the ISI Web of Knowledge based on citation statistics for 2012. This shows AJET maintaining a high ranking of 33rd in the overall education category and a ranking of 5th within the specialist educational technology journals. We have used 2013 publication data to provide information about site views and article downloads. We’d like to also take this opportunity to thank reviewers who have reviewed articles during 2013. Reviewers collectively do an enormous amount of work on a voluntary basis and their work is essential to the smooth running of the journal. We will providing a full list of reviewers on the AJET website in due course.
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