Information Technology, Education and Society

2 issues per year

Information Technology, Education and Society is a new fully-refereed international journal which focuses on major and current issues in information technology and its relation to education and society. The journal provides a forum for original articles from throughout the world which analyse and explore sociological and educational issues related to new and changing technologies. Contributions include theoretical papers, research reports, essay reviews, and reports of innovation and practice in information technology in education in both schools and higher education. The importance of debate and discussion in this developing field is reflected in the journal’s inclusion of response papers and essays. A special section Speculations is devoted to articles of reflection and opinion.

Editor
Rea Zajda,
ISSN
1037-616X (print), 2201-0637 (online)

Editorial Board

  • Tamar Almog

    University of Haifa

  • Martin Carnoy

    Stanford University

  • Mark Dobbins

    Melbourne

  • Jane Goodall

    University of Western Sydney

  • Rachel Hertz-Lazarowitz

    University of Haifa

  • Rob Kitchin

    National University of Ireland

  • Carolyn Hamilton

    University of Witwatersrand

  • Catherina Landstrom

    University of Götenborg

  • Theo van Leeuwen

    Cardiff University

  • Theodore Lewis

    University of Minnesota

  • Peter Lyman

    University of California, Berkeley

  • David Lyon

    Queens University

  • Peter McLaren

    University of California, Los Angeles

  • Mark Poster

    University of California, Irvine

  • Joe Slowinski

    Indiana University

  • Amy B. M. Tsui

    University of Hong Kong

  • Alan Walker

    Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Hugh Wilmott

    University of Manchester

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