Electronic Journal for the Integration of Technology in Education
This new journal (http://ejite.isu.edu/)
will feature research findings, practical articles on technology integration,
book and software reviews, and commentary on technology topics of interest to
The refereed journal will be produced by a team of graduate students in the
Educational Leadership program as a part of their Instructional Technology doctoral
classes. Students will be supervised by a board of faculty, who will assist
students in setting and maintaining editorial standards for the journal. The
journal will be published electronicallytwice each year (Winter and Spring)
in HTML and PDF formats.
Who Should Submit:
- Students enrolled in Doctoral Programs in Instructional Technology or closely
- Doctoral students writing as first author with a faculty member as second
- Practicing PK-12 educators.
- Post-Doctoral professionals within 5 years of graduation.
While the primary purpose of the online journal is to provide a forum for doctoral
student research, manuscripts from those who meet any of the above criteria
will be considered for publication in the journal.
Author Guidelines: http://ejite.isu.edu/submit.htm
Spring 2002 – Feb. 1, 2002
Winter 2002 – Aug. 15, 2002
Beverly Ray, Ph.D.
Idaho State University