AbstractIn this editorial we report on a workshop of editors of educational technology and open and distance education journals held in Barcelona, Spain in June of this year, attended by Barney Dalgarno on behalf of the AJET editorial team. Some of the key issues discussed during the workshop included editorial processes, author services, sustainability of business models, and emerging impact metrics. Overall the workshop was a valuable opportunity to compare the processes used by AJET with those used by other journals. An online network of participating editors has now been established and a commitment has been made to come together for similar events in the future.
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