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IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies (TLT)

Call for Papers

The Web revolution, the popularity of on-line learning, and the broad
availability of computers in schools, colleges, universities, workplaces and
in other social settings has caused a qualitative change in the field of
learning technologies.  Both the variety and the complexity of e-learning
tools have increased dramatically over the last 10 years. A number of new
conferences emerged to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in
the field of learning technologies to discuss their work. Yet, there are very
few journals, which embrace the field as a whole and provide a space to
publish archival quality papers. The goal of IEEE Transactions on Learning
Technologies (TLT) is to bridge this gap.

IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies will publish archival research
papers focused on all kinds of modern e-learning technologies. The new journal
will emphasize the technology side of learning and instruction, as opposed to
the majority of existing journals focusing on instructional and pedagogical

The new title will cover all advances in learning technologies, including but
not limited to the following topics:
* innovative online learning systems
* intelligent tutors
* educational software applications and games
* simulation systems for education and training
* collaborative learning tools
* devices and interfaces for learning
* interactive techniques for learning
* personalized and adaptive learning systems
* tools for formative and summative assessment
* ontologies for learning systems
* standards and web services that support learning
* authoring tools for learning materials
* computer support for peer tutoring
* learning via discovery, field, and lab work
* learning with mobile devices
* social learning techniques
* social networks and infrastructures for learning and knowledge sharing.
* creation and management of learning objects.

The IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies is slated to launch in 2008.
In order to best serve the community, TLT will be published online, using a
delayed open-access policy under which paying subscribers and per-article
purchasers have access to newly published content, and then 12 months after
the publication of each issue, all readers will have access to the content,
free of charge.

IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies is seeking papers, which either
describe original research or offer a critical review of the state of the art
in a particular area. Papers concerned with evaluation of technology are only
appropriate if the technology itself is novel or if significant insights for
advancing the technology are provided. The journal is now accepting
submissions through Manuscript Central,

If you have any questions, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Wolfgang
Nejdl at ( or the Associate
Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Peter Brusilovsky (

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