AJET in 2022: Bibliometrics, academic publishing trends, and future opportunities
Keywords:bibliometric data, educational technology, academic publishing, tertiary education
After two years of change and uncertainty in tertiary education, in 2022 the editorial team of AJET saw a return to a focus on research that explores educational technology use in a range of learning and teaching environments. It has also been an interesting year in terms of the changing academic publishing environment and the opportunities and challenges facing AJET as a leading educational technology journal. In this end-of-year editorial we will look at what has been published in AJET throughout 2022, the bibliometrics that help characterise the journal’s role in the field, and consider the trends that are emerging for academic publishing and their impact on how AJET develops into the future.
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