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it is with great pleasure that we announce some exciting news about our journal.
First and foremost, TD Tecnologie Didattiche has changed title to Italian Journal
of Educational Technology (IJET).
While still in line with the former title, the new one will help us make the journal
better known around the globe and improve outreach to an international audience.
This change has not been an easy decision to make; founded in 1993, TD
Tecnologie Didattiche was the very first journal on educational technology in Italy,
and has developed an important tradition and reputation. However, we hope the
new title will help us to retain our faithful national readers and authors and, at the
same time, allow us to reach a much wider audience of researchers and practitioners
outside the country.
As you might have noted, the journal cover has also changed, together with its
style, size and graphical/typographical layout. This brings the journal into line with
scholarly publications in our sector and makes it more readable on mobile devices.
In addition to this, we are working towards the objective of having the journal
indexed in some of the major bibliographic databases (presently, we are on Google
Scholar and DOAJ).
We hope you will welcome these changes and keep reading and considering IJET as
a possible avenue for your publications.
Don’t forget to subscribe to the journal online (http://ijet.itd.cnr.it/) to receive the
calls for papers and new issue alerts! You can also follow IJET on Facebook and
academia.edu, if you wish to keep in touch with the latest news.
Please spread the news and invite your colleagues to read and publish in the Italian
Journal of Educational Technology!
Donatella Persico, Stefania Manca and Francesca Pozzi
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