International Journal of Pedagogies & Learning
Published in association with the International Society for Leadership in Pedagogies and Learning, the International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning is an international, scholarly, independently and anonymously peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues and trends in pedagogies and learning in local and global contexts and leadership in educational research.
ISSN 1833-4105 3 issues per year
ERA Rank A (100 pg average)
Originally conceived at the 1st International Conference on Pedagogies and Learning co-hosted in 2003 by the Faculty of Education at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (APACALL), IJPL now enters its sixth year online. Librarians, authors, reviewers, and conference participants are invited to access free samples articles appearing in volume 4/4 (2008).
The aim of the journal is to publish high quality research that focuses on the essence of pedagogy and learning and related issues and trends. While stimulating discussion of authoritative and emerging pedagogies and forms of learning, it will encourage the sharing of ideas that contribute to the transformation of contemporary conceptions of pedagogy and learning in order to reshape and revitalise educational provision from the perspectives of educators and learners alike. These ideas are intended to be simultaneously anchored in local, regional and national contexts and to be international and transnational in intent and impact.
International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning is available as an 'online plus print-on-demand' subscription. Institutional subscribers receive access to all current and back issues online through atypon-link.com for the subscription year. Supplementary print copies may be ordered directly from the publisher. Multicampus, multiuser licenses and single user password access may be arranged by subscribers through their subscription agent or with the publisher. Online access is available to subscribers through EBSCOhost, SwetsWise, ProQuest, CNPIEC and CELDES.
Pay per View (PPV) access for individual articles is available from Atypon. Special issues are available in hardcopy for seperate sale (e.g., as course readers) directly from eContent Management. There are significant discounts for books bought in bulk and for students. Also available as eBooks online from Ebook Library to institutions and from eBooks.com to individuals.