AJET in 2021: Change, bibliometrics and future directions
Keywords:bibliometric data, COVID-19, educational technology, higher education
This is the first issue of AJET for 2021 and the first for the new Lead Editors. We introduce ourselves and celebrate the contributions of the outgoing team. In this editorial, we then present the AJET bibliometric data updated for 2020 and describe the changes to the team of Associate Editors that support the work of this journal. Finally we outline the articles that are included in this issue and present our plans for 2021 and into the future.
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