Since Ernest Boyer’s seminal 1990 report, Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate, there has been a wealth of literature on what is called the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL). Parallel to this movement has been a rapid development in digital based learning and learning technologies, also referred to as Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). Though TEL has produced numerous practices for application within Higher Education, there has been a lack of literature examining how TEL might overlap, and be informed by, the theoretical frameworks within SoTL.
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TechTrends is a leading journal for professionals in the educational communication and technology field. It provides a vehicle that fosters the exchange of important and current information among professional practitioners. Articles published in the journal contribute to the advancement of knowledge and practice in the field. Among the topics addressed are the management of media and programs, the application of educational technology principles and techniques to instructional programs, and corporate and military training.
Explores the intersection of SoTL and technology enhanced learning (TEL), and how SoTEL might embody this new form of scholarship within Higher Education. This peer-reviewed quarterly journal publishes penetrating research, commentary, theory, and other scholarly projects that investigate the Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning.
Publishes praxis-oriented research and review articles addressing the interface of technology with language teaching, learning and/or research. Often, these articles are written in the form of case study ethnographies, quasi-experimental classroom research or emerging technology reviews.
An international journal dedicated to exploring efforts to enhance student learning in higher education through the use of technology. JoTLT is focused on teaching at the university level and will not accept manuscripts relating to teaching in the K-12 area. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss what does and does not work when using technology.