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ISSN  :   2321-2454 ( Online )   Active

Aim & Scope
Asian Journal of Education and e-Learning (AJEEL) is a foundation for college and university instructors, teachers, trainers, students, instructional designers, or multimedia and e-learning developers, practitioners, and researchers which provides widespread and comprehensive information viewed from theoretical and practical perspectives to develop different educational approaches, issues, means and techniques. The Journal stresses on academic excellence, research rigidity, knowledge distribution, and reciprocated scholarly efforts in order to endorse theoretical, experimental and practical research at national and international levels. Asian Journal of Education and e-learning preserve prompt publication of manuscripts that meet the broad-spectrum criteria of scientific excellence. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Education: Applications and integration of education; Campus information systems; Computer aided assessments; Education history; Education science; Educational Development; Educational Theory; e-learning evaluation and content; e-learning technologies, standards and systems; Knowledge management; Marketing and promoting e-learning; Mobile learning; Multimedia in e-learning; Organization learning; Philosophies of education and educational approaches; Practices and cases in education; Psychology education; Social benefits of e-learning; Sociology education; Systems and technologies in education; Systems, Design and Technologies; Technology adoption and diffusion of e-learning; Virtual learning environments. E-leaning: Academic participation and freedom; Ambient intelligence; Assertive and assistive educational technology; AV-communication and other media; Blended learning; Collaborative on-line learning; Computer-aided assessment; Content repositories; Course design; Cross-cultural education; Data envelopment analysis; Digital classrooms; e-Learning effectiveness and outcomes; e-Learning platforms; e-Learning strategies; Emerging and best practices; Environments; Evaluation of e-Learning; Learner autonomy; Learning content management systems; Meta data standards; Ontology; Partnerships in e-Learning; Pedagogical models; Portals and Virtual learning; Security and confidentiality; Self-learning integrated methodology; Social benefits of e-Learning; Systems, Design and Technologies; Web-based learning. [1]

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