Call for Papers, July 2015 Issue
The Journal of Educators Online invites you to submit original papers in the broad area of computer-mediated learning† to include pedagogy, content, technical and organizational issues for the July 2015 issue. Published biannually (January and July), the Journal of Educators Online (JEO) is an online peer review scholarly journal serving the needs of online educators, students and policy makers world-wide. The Journal has an impact factor of 3.07 (12/2013).In 2014 we had so many submissions to JEO (89 manuscripts) that we elected to publish a special issue, and we are again considering a special issue of JEO in 2015 based on the volume of submissions in the next several months.
The journal's multidisciplinary scope offers authors the opportunity to submit papers that are highly focused or broad in scope. Topics include methods to improve online instruction, cultural and other social barriers and opportunities for online education, online delivery methods, what works and what does not, financial issues, discipline specific issues, technical issues, online versus face-to-face issues, online content to enhance in-class instruction, instructor and student assessment methodologies, group versus individual online instructional issues, funding initiatives, and accreditation issues.
Acceptance rate for the indexed Journal of Educators Online is 20-25%. We have had some problems recently with submissions not following strict APA format which causes a delay in the publishing of the Journal, so we will return any manuscript that is not in strict accordance with APA format and request revision if the manuscript is to be published in the Journal of Educators Online. This would cause the manuscript to be delayed until the next issue, so please be sure to submit the manuscript in APA format. We look forward to the receipt of your manuscript.
Thank you for your support of open access journals and of the Journal of Educators Online!
Ruth Gannon Cook, EdD
Computer-mediated learning occurs when an individual
interactively learns (formally or informally, synchronously or
asynchronously) about material via computer where the learning materials
and pedagogy are developed to take advantage of the available