ISSN: 2243-7738     Online ISSN: 2243-7746

Volumes and Issues

2012 Volume 1: # 1, # 2

2013 Volume 2: # 1, # 2

2014 Volume 3: # 1, # 2

2015 Volume 4: # 1, # 2

2016 Volume 5: # 1, # 2

2017 Volume 6: # 1, # 2

2018 Volume 7: # 1

2024 Volume 8: # 1, # 2, # 3, # 4, # 5

Focus and Scope

International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology (IJRSET) is an open access international peer reviewed multidisciplinary journal that publishes quality studies related to educational technology. IJRSET is interdisciplinary in approach, and includes but not limited to reports of qualitative case studies, quantitative experiments and surveys, mixed method studies, action researches, meta-analyses, and discussions of conceptual and methodological issues.

The primary aim of IJRSET is to provide an avenue for novice and experts scholars and researchers to publish and share their work to the academe through an open access environment. The scope of IJRSET is deliberately broad in terms of both topics covered and disciplinary perspective. Topics of interests include but not limited to studies that furthers our understanding of the various roles that educational technology portrays in pre-primary, primary, high school, college, university, and adult education. Studies regarding innovative ways on how to deliver, facilitate, and manage instruction for learners of all ages, whether in classroom, online, or a combination of both are also welcome. IJRSET seeks to contribute to the improvement of educational processes and outcomes through the open discussion of issues affecting the developers of educational systems, educators, and learners, who implement, use, and manage such systems. Some other areas include, Educational Technology Systems, Computer-Mediated Communication, Cultural Issues in Educational Technology Usage, Cooperative/Collaborative Learning Environments, Computer-based Assessment, Distance Learning, Distributed Learning, Social Media, Multi-Media Learning, Online Learning, Mobile Learning, Ubiquitous Learning, Web-based Learning, and other related themes. Furthermore, IJRSET seeks to promote cross-national and international comparative educational research by publishing findings relevant to the scholarly community, as well as to practitioners and others interested in educational technology.

Starting 2019, due to the consolidation and streamlining efforts of the journal, IJRSET will not be accepting any new submission. However, special themed issues will be accommodated. For inquiries, please email ijr.edu@gmail.com.