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1 Overview EARLI Publications 1. Learning and Instruction2. Educational Research Review (EDUREV)3. Frontline Learning Research (FLR)4. Book Series5. Affiliated journals
2 Learning and Instruction General factsLearning and InstructionEstablished in 1991Published by ElsevierFocus on empirical studies in learning and educationSix issues per yearElectronic and printed journaland-instruction/
3 1. Scope of Learning and Instruction Multi-disciplinary research with a preference to empirically- based studiesScientific research in the areas of learning, development, instruction and teachingAll levels of education: from kindergarten to adult learnersDiversity of learning and instructional settings: from laboratory experiments to field studies
4 1. Figures L&I (2012) Impact Factor: 3.337 Ranking Education and Educational Research: 2/216Submissions per year: 414Rejection Rate: 87%Downloads:
5 Educational Research Review (Edurev) General factsEducational Research Review (Edurev)Established in 2005Published by ElsevierReview studiesThree issues per yearElectronic and printed journal
6 2. Scope of Educational Research Review Focus on theoretical manuscripts. That ismeta-analytic reviews, narrative reviews, best-evidence syntheses, research critiques, forum papers and methodological and thematic reviewsFocus on the broad range of settings in which people learn (school settings, corporate training, formal or informal settings)All levels of education: from kindergarten to adult learners
7 2. Figures Edurev (2012) Impact Factor: 2.586 Ranking Education and Educational Research: 8/216Submissions per year: 107Rejection Rate: 81%Downloads:
8 Frontline Learning Research (FLR) General factsFrontline Learning Research (FLR)Established in 2013Independently published by EARLIOpen-accessElectronic-only journalInnovative and frontline research
9 3. Scope of FLRMulti-disciplinary, dynamic and innovative studies that… include a thoroughly elaborated theoretical framework… incorporate extensive quantitative and/or qualitative data… adopt complex, innovative and controversial analytical techniques… include dynamic data, e.g. video’s, animations, hyperlinks, audio, .… make connections between previously unconnected established lines of researchFocus on the broad range of settings in which people learnAll levels of education: from kindergarten to adult learners
10 3. FLR’s new featuresSupported by a strong scientific research community, EARLIRapid review process – in general less than one monthDynamic dataAn outlet for both short and long extensive manucripts (up to 20,000 words)Rapid publication process after acceptanceOpen Access Publication: free of charge to EARLI members, limited fee for non-EARLI members3 types of manuscripts:Short manuscripts: 1000 – 3000 words (To-the-point, Easy to read and use)Regular manuscripts: 3000 – 6000 words (Common format)Long manuscripts : 6000 – words (For extensive, high- quality qualitative studies)
11 3. Figures FLR Since start April 2013 36 submissions 2 issues, 14 publications
12 4. Book series “New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction” A number of book series per yearPublished by RoutledgeWritten by and for EARLI membersMost recent publications:Gijbels, D., Donche, V., Richardson, J. T. E., & Vermunt, J. D. (2013) Learning Patterns in Higher Education: Dimensions and research perspectives. Routledge: London.Baker, M., Andriessen, J., & Järvelä, S. (2013) Affective Learning Together: Social and emotional dimensions of collaborative learning. Routledge: London.Volet, S. &Vauras, M. (2012) Interpersonal Regulation of Learning and Motivation: Methodological Advances. Routledge: London.
13 Both published by Elsevier 5. Affiliated journalsLearning, Culture and Social InteractionHigh-quality research on learning within, and through, social practicesStudies in Educational EvaluationReports of evaluation studiesBoth published by ElsevierStudies in Educational Evaluation publishes original reports of evaluation studies. Four types of articles are published by the journal: (a) Empirical evaluation studies representing evaluation practice in educational systems around the world; (b) Theoretical reflections and empirical studies related to issues involved in the evaluation of educational programs, educational institutions, educational personnel and student assessment; (c) Articles summarizing the state-of-the-art concerning specific topics in evaluation in general or in a particular country or group of countries; (d) Book reviews and brief abstracts of evaluation studies.
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