About the Journal

The Journal of E-learing, Multimedia, and Discourse of Teachers (JEMDT) is firmly established as an authoritative voice in the world of E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers. JEMDT publishes scholarly papers that focus on the above-mentioned fields in school settings ranging from early childhood to university education. It bridges the gap between research and practice, providing information, ideas and opinion. As a truly international journal, JEMDT welcomes contributions from any country provided that the authors explain their local contexts and demonstrate the significance of their work for a global readership.

Special emphasis is placed on applicable research relevant to E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers in systems, schools, colleges and universities. The journal publishes papers in several categories, outlined below. From time to time, a special issue, guest-edited by one or several acknowledged experts, is devoted to a topic of major interest and importance.

JEMDT is concerned with E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers but also welcomes manuscripts in the language educational settings.

Submissions that are not concerned with E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers or with general education matters will not be considered for publication. Authors with any questions about the likely acceptability of a paper are invited to contact the Editor-in-Chief before making a submission.

JEMDT carries the following types of articles:

These are accounts of empirical investigations that are theory-based and embedded in a critical review of relevant literature. Manuscripts should include an account of the methodology and procedures used, explain:

1. Empirical Research Papers

The analysis carried out and the conclusions reached, draw implications for E-learning, multimedia and discourse of teachers both in terms of theory and practice, and point to possible future research.

2. Position Papers

These consist of analytical, interpretive, or persuasive essays on the origin, nature, and possible address to, identified problems, challenges, or opportunities, either being faced or likely to be faced by the practice of E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers issues and trends.

3. Theoretical Papers

These discuss the nature and academic standing of theories about research into and the practice of teaching setting. Theoretical papers can be written from a particular historical or philosophical perspective. Critical reviews and analyses of the research literature about a certain topic or theme fall into this category.

4. Comments and Criticisms

These should contain expressions of opinion or information relating to articles published previously, or to matters of E-learning, multimedia, and discourse of teachers. This section of JEMDT allows readers the opportunity to express any reasonable view on the metters. Submissions for this category are limited to 2000 words.