The American Journal of Distance Education (AJDE), edited by Michael G. Moore, is one of the most important vehicles for the dissemination of research and scholarship in the field. The AJDE encourages submission of articles about critical perspectives on the values that drive distance education as well as its methods and techniques. It is designed for use by professional trainers; teachers in schools, colleges, and universities; researchers; adult educators; and other specialists in education and communications.
With special sections on Technology and Distance Education, this prominent journal allows the reader to subscribe to the full Web version or click and read excerpts in select categories.
The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) is a new online refereed journal whose purpose is "to contribute and disseminate to practitioners and scholars worldwide scholarly knowledge in each of three areas: theory, research, and best practice in open and distance learning."
L&L emphasizes practical ideas about technology and how to use it in the K–12 curriculum, especially where it can make a difference: easing a teacher's job, saving time, motivating students, and helping students develop, practice, or play with difficult concepts or creative processes.
Technology Review: MIT's Magazine of Innovation is written to provide cutting-edge coverage of the Virtual Marketplace, Internet Politics, Biotech, Software Development, and Infotech.
TechKnowLogia is a free international online journal that provides policy makers, strategists, practitioners and technologists at the local, national and global levels with a strategic forum to: Explore the vital role of different information technologies (print, audio, visual and digital) in the development of human and knowledge capital; Share policies, strategies, experiences and tools in harnessing technologies for knowledge dissemination, effective learning, and efficient education services; Review the latest systems and products of technologies of today, and peek into the world of tomorrow; and Exchange information about resources, knowledge networks and centers of expertise.
TECHNOLOGY & LEARNING brings K-12 administrators, technology directors, media center specialists, and teachers complete and comprehensive coverage of hardware, software, telecommunications, emerging technologies--and their respective roles in education. FREE subscriptions are available for qualifying subscribers.
T.H.E. (Technological Horizons in Education) Journal offers a free one-year subscription to qualified individuals in U.S. educational institutions and training departments. T.H.E. also provides a subscription service to qualified industry representatives.