Editorial 33(5): Why can’t I crack the code to getting published?
AJET is the premier journal in Australasia which publishes manuscripts related to technology enhanced learning and teaching in post-secondary education settings. As a result the journal recieves a large number of submissions of which only 30% actually get sent to review. This editorial explains common and ultimately avoidable issues that result in a large number of the 70% of rejections.
This issue also contains eleven articles written by 27 authors who hail from 21 institutions across seven nations. The articles range across a diverse technologies, learning contexts, instructional designs, and research methodology. While there is no thematic organisation of this issue, the articles serve to remind us of the broad area of research in educational technology. In this field we continue to refine our understanding of the complex relationship between technologies and teaching as well as learning, a task made more challenging by diverse contexts and constant evolution and innovation in digital technologies themselves.
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