Via the E-journals search box the following journals by Inderscience are available:

International Journal of Innovation and Learning

IJIL, a fully refereed journal, is an authoritative source presenting information on the current practice, content, technology, and services in the area of innovation and learning.

International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development

IJISD focuses on broad aspects of innovation and sustainable development. It fosters discussion not only on technological innovation but on new ways of thinking about the complex and contested issues of sustainable development. Innovative thinking and practices in areas of economics, policy-making, legislation, health, education and the institutional barriers to sustainable development form the basis of the discourse to be fostered.

International Journal of Knowledge and Learning

IJKL aims at fostering multidisciplinary discussion and research on knowledge-intensive approaches to learning management and learning processes at the individual, organisational and national levels, emphasising knowledge representation issues, social and organisational elements, and architectural and design issues of learning management systems.

International Journal of Sustainable Society

The impacts of society touch everyone. They may be considerable, even critical. Societal problems, especially those remaining unchecked and unmanaged, can weaken, threaten, or even destroy, society. Production produces pollution; medication generates side-effects; pesticide causes poisoning; innovation can lead to unemployment, etc. IJSSoc deals not only with whether modern society should be sustainable, but also the ways in which this could/should come about, balancing economic development/environmental protection, real aggregate demand/aggregate supply, human beings/nature, consumption/preservation, material/spiritual pleasures, civil liberty/self-restraint, hedonism/practicality, science/society.

International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning

IJTEL focuses on promoting and disseminating research in e-learning and distance education worldwide. It encourages multidisciplinary research in online learning/teaching, technology-enabled design and deployment of academic programmes, teaching projects and initiatives, emerging technologies and applications, blended online and face-to-face teaching modes, materials and pedagogy. IJTEL aims: to provide holistic, multidisciplinary discussion on technology-enhanced learning research; to promote international collaboration and the exchange of ideas/know-how on technology-enhanced learning; and to investigate strategies on how technology-enhanced learning can promote sustainable development.

 

 

 

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