TRACEY | journal is an International peer-reviewed electronic open access journal dedicated to the discussion of contemporary drawing and visualisation. The journal is interested in publishing diverse perspectives on the nature of drawing and visualisation: physically, cognitively, and creatively.
The journal is designed to focus attention on developments in the whole field of design and craft education ranging from art through the crafts to applied science and technology. It pays particular attention to case studies of new approaches in schools and colleges written by the teachers and tutors undertaking them. A selection of the growing number of important researches and studies in design education is an important feature of the journal as is the new of all important new literature
The journal focuses on developments in Design and Technology across all phases of education. It provides a forum for sharing and developing expertise in all the contributing areas of design and technology: art and design, business studies, CDT, home economics and information technology. It covers news, information, reviews of materials and resources and case
studies of good practice.
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Design and Technology Education: An International Journal is a research journal that uniquely provides a broad and inclusive platform for all aspects of Design and Technology Education, Design Education and Technology Education in primary, secondary and higher education sectors, initial teacher education (ITE) and continuous professional development (CPD). The mission of the Journal to publish high quality research, scholarly and review articles at the leading edge of development of theories and practices of Design and Technology Education that increase insight, support understanding and add to global discourse.
All content in Design and Technology Education: An International Journal is freely available through open access on the Loughborough University's OJS website and is linked to from the Design and Technology Association's website's 'Research' page: https://www.data.org.uk/for-education/research/. There are no Article Processing Charges (APCs) associated with the inclusion of articles and papers.
The work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) publishes innovative and challenging research articles and project reports which push the boundaries of information literacy thinking in theory, practice and method, and which aim to develop deep and critical understandings of the role, contribution and impact of information literacies in everyday, health, education and workplace contexts. Articles within JIL are from both internationally renowned authors and library professionals who teach or undertake research into information literacy.
Publication Schedule: JIL is published twice a year in December and June. Additional special themed issues are also possible and the editor welcomes suggestions.
Peer Review: JIL uses a double-anonymous peer review process.
Publisher: JIL is the scholarly journal of the CILIP Information Literacy Group.
Postal Address: CILIP ILG, 7 Ridgmount Street, London, WC1E 7AE
Email Address: JIL@cilip.org.uk
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