The first is Teachers and Curriculum, which is calling for papers for a 2017 October issue date. The focus, as you will see below, is a Call for Papers for a special issue on Mobile technologies and learning as noted below. So, if you've been involved in, for example, some action research on your own practices (ECE, school, tertiary) then this might be for you. On the other hand, you might be starting a masters degree or a doctorate and writing a literature review that could offer insights to readers on the topic. You might be a researcher working with others in some education context and have been developing findings from this research. In other words, if you've been wondering about using mobile devices for learning purposes, then sharing your findings by contributing to this issue is timely:
You are invited to submit an article to Teachers and Curriculum for the 2017 Special Issue: Mobile technologies and learning. This will be edited by Nigel Calder and Carol Murphy. It will be published in October 2017.
- report on research in any aspect related to the area of mobile technologies;
- provide examples of informed curriculum, pedagogy or assessment practices related to mobile technologies, and
- review resources that have a curriculum, pedagogy and mobile technology focus.
- research-based papers with a maximum of 3,500 words, including references, plus an abstract or professional summary of 150 words, and up to five keywords;
- papers with a focus on informed, innovative educational practices with a maximum of 3,500 words including references;
- opinion or think pieces with a maximum of 1500 words;
- text, publication or resource reviews with a maximum of 1000 words; and
- research project/thesis summaries from postgraduate students and teacher co-researchers and collaborators.
These two journals are open to anyone to read and submit to. Please take advantage of these Creative Commons licensed journals to see what's being reported in the part of the world. We also welcome your feedback and your submissions to either journal.