Journals

AACE   (Author Guidelines )

 ACM AECT (Pubs) AERA (pubs) (Note: these are not necessarily technology related) Association for Computers and the Humanities Asynchronous Learning Networks   (A Sloan project, published on-line by Vanderbilt University)
  •  Educational Theory

  •  International Journal of Educational Telecommunications (now named International Journal on E-Learning (IJEL))

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  •  Journal of Computing in Higher Education


  • Journal of Educational Computing Research

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  •  The Chronicle of Higher Education: Academe This Week

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    EDUCAUSE  (all publications)

    Elsevier Science (all journals)


    ISTE   (summary of all journals, also see the SIGS, they each have a journal)

  •  Journal of Technology Education

  • Kluwer Academic Publishers  (All Journals)  

    Lawrence Earlbaum and Associates (Journals)

     
  • Library Trends
  • Society for Applied Learning Technology


    Most of the journals below come from; PubList Directory of Periodicals  Note: this is a really handy resource for searching for journals!!
     

    Acceptance Rates:

    TOCHI
    Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 22:53:51 -0800
    X-PH: V4.4a@mx4.cso.uiuc.edu
    To: Dan Kauwell <kauwell@uiuc.edu>, tochi@ics.uci.edu
    From: Jonathan Grudin <tochi@ics.uci.edu>
    Subject: Re: TOCHI
    Cc: kauwell@uiuc.edu
    X-UIDL: c62489cc36fb4c19f41bad1a48c80ff4
     

    Hello Dan --
     

    We've never compiled that figure. It would take an effort to put an
    accurate account together insofar as I have not been editor in chief
    for very much of the journal's existence. The number might be rather
    imprecise given my lack of knowledge of my predecessor's policy.
    Figures based on my data alone are perhaps not extremely helpful
    because so many of the papers are not yet resolved.
     

    If you send us a detailed description of your research project we
    would perhaps better understand the context and could try to provide
    a response.
     

    Sincerely -- Jonathan Grudin, Editor, ACM Transactions on
    Computer-Human Interaction



    To: Dan Kauwell <kauwell@uiuc.edu>
    From: "Nicholas C. Burbules" <burbules@uiuc.edu>
    Subject: Re: Journal rejection rates
    X-UIDL: 74c13fc71786de8f5072c1cbaaa70a5c
     

    Here are the ones listed:
     

    "Educational Technology"
    5600 subscribers
    Not refereed
    20% acceptance rate
     
     

    "Learning and Leading with Technology"
    11000 subscribers
    Anonymous refereed
    49% acceptance rate
     



    Interactions
    From: Jennifer Bruer <bruer@hq.acm.org>
    To: "'kauwell@uiuc.edu'" <kauwell@uiuc.edu>
    Subject: interactions author guidelines
    Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 09:56:58 -0500

    Hi Dan,

    Here are the interactions author guidelines. Re: acceptance rate, we don't have firm numbers, but
    from my experiences here over the last 3 years, I'd say it's somewhere around 50-60%.

    Please let me know if you have any further questions.

    Best,
    Jennifer

    Jennifer Bruer
    Managing Editor - Magazines
    ACM



     Communications of the ACM
    From: Diane Crawford <crawfordd@hq.acm.org>
    To: "'Dan Kauwell '" <kauwell@uiuc.edu>
    Subject: RE: Communications of the ACM
    Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 17:15:17 -0500
     

    Not that easy an answer, Dan. Some 85-90% of the feature articles in CACM have been acquired by the CACM editors so they work with writers, and reviewers to get an article into acceptable shape.

    We still receive about 70 unsolicited manuscripts each year, and of those about 8-10 are eventually accepted for publication (and about 50 are returned without review because they do not fit the CACM format)

    Hope this helps

    Diane
     


    Last updated: 5 Mar 2004