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About JETI

The Journal of Educational Technology and Innovation (JETI) is an international, refereed quarterly journal, publishing research on educational technologies for evidence-based and meaningfully educational applications. This journal publishes manuscripts in multiple languages, including English, Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese. Online ISSN:


JETI is a quarterly journal devoted to facilitating the dissemination of critical scholarly works and exchange of information from a variety of cultural perspectives for researchers, professionals and practitioners in the fields of technology-enhanced teaching and learning; it contributes to the advancement of scientific knowledge regarding the human and personal approach to the use of technology in education and informs readers about the latest developments in the application of digital technologies in learning, training, research and management.


JETI is a refereed scholarly journal that publishes theoretical perspectives, methodological developments and high-quality empirical research that produces a broad range of topics and trends, including innovations or best practices in online teaching, learning, management, and administration. Additional topics may include internet technology design and use, instructional models in online courses, online course development and instructional design, interaction in online courses, collaborative learning, usability and evaluation of online environments and portals, the practice of online communities, institutional policies, standards and assessment, accessibility standards in online instruction, internationalization and cultural aspects of online classrooms, and issues and trends in synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid online learning.
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses which use reproducible methods to identify, select and critically summarise all relevant research on a particular topic in the area of educational technologies are welcome.
All research articles published in JETI undergo rigorous peer reviews, based on an initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two independent, expert peer reviewers.