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International Journal of
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Western Australia

 

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This is an archival website, formally recording the merger of IJET with AJET in 2007, and providing perpetual access to the work of IJET's authors, and the editors who conducted the journal during 1996-2002.

[Brian Sova reflects on IJET's origins]
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About the IJET archive and the merger]
[AJET Home Page]

I went back to my desk in the graduate students' office and prepared a list of titles that included the International Journal of Educational Technology. When I met with Dr Hacker again later that day, we agreed that the best new title was the "International Journal of Educational Technology" [Brian Sova reflects on IJET's origins]

The key purpose underlying the proposed merger of IJET with AJET is to sustain the work of those who created and supported IJET. If a journal is discontinued... a duty to the authors, and the editors who worked with them, will be unfulfilled. Their work 'dies'. However, if their work is placed in a sustainable, open access archive associated with a closely related and actively growing journal, it has a much better opportunity to remain 'alive'. [About the IJET archive and the merger]

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The International Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) is an international refereed journal in the field of educational technology, sponsored by faculty, staff, and students at The Graduate School of Education at the University of Western Australia and the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. IJET is published online twice each year and is available without an access charge.

IJET is committed to providing access to quality research articles in the area of educational technology for all interested readers. With this in mind, we have created this Web site and each IJET issue in compliance with the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (http://www.w3.org/WAI/) so that this site can be accessed by readers with and without disabilities. In addition to general accessibility features, we have also provided D (Description) tags next to all complex tables and graphics within the research articles so that visually impaired readers can interpret them using screen readers. For more information about Universal Web Accessibility, please take a look at Access.Edu (http://access.ed.uiuc.edu/), a Web site devoted to the dissemination of information pertaining to the universal accessibility of Web sites.

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ISSN 1327-7308

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Last Updated on 16 October 2002. Archived 5 May 2007.
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calls made to this page since 7 May 2007. Last revision: 18 Oct 2008.