Journal of Interactive Media in Education
The International Editorial board of JIMEis very happy to announce that the Winter 2012 edition of the Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME) has been published. This issue focusses on a perspective article by Sir John Daniel about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). The paper is published by JIME following its first release as a paper produced as part of a fellowship at the Korea National Open University (KNOU). Both the original and this republication are available non-exclusively under Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY). Apart from this note and minor editorial changes the paper is unchanged.
JIME is an open access journal, launched by the Open University in 1996, which focuses on the theories, practices and experiences in the educational technology field. The journal fosters rigorous debate on theory and practice of digital media in education, with the aim of radically improving teaching and learning. Articles go through a typical peer review process and once the papers are published online, anyone who registers on JIME is able to comment and discuss them on the site.
JIME welcomes new submissions for its forthcoming issues, so if your paper, website, or multimedia artefact fits the profile of JIME, please submit it by the dates listed on the JIME website. Full instructions for submitting articles can be found at http://jime.open.ac.uk/jime/about/submissions