The evolution of technology and the numerous and varied educational institutions, each providing a number of courses or degrees, has led to variety of techniques in the field of distance education including open learning and one-learning. Open Learning refers generally to activities that either enhance learning opportunities within formal education systems or broaden learning opportunities beyond formal education systems. E-learning theory describes the cognitive science principles of effective multimedia learning using electronic educational technology. The objective of this journal is to bring together research contributions on the design, specification, and implementation of for current and future of Open Learning and E-learning.
The topics covered by Journal of Education and Learning Management include the following but not limited to:
Mobile learning, Collaborative Learning, MOOCs, Moodle and Other LMS Systems, U- and E-Learning platforms, U- and E-learning Software, U- and E-learning Systems, U- and E-learning Communication Devices, U- and E-learning Tools and Devices, U- and E-learning technologies, Open Learning and Distance Education, Intelligent E-learning Technology, Multimedia and E-learning, E-learning Emerging Hardware and Software, Web-based Learning, Mobile learning (M-learning), Impact of E-learning on Social Change, Impact of Cultural Factors on E-learning, Building E-learning Architecture, Design and Development of Course Contents, E-learning Evaluation Methods, Internationalization and Localization of E-learning, Interactive E-learning Systems, MOOCs and Open Education, Design and Development of Course Contents, Course/program Evaluations, Education Policy and Law.