At the national and international levels, digital learning and globalization are being innovated and implemented across all levels of education, business, and government. Similarly, a growing global emphasis on accountability is emerging in the areas of cultural awareness, global exchange, eLearning, digital innovation, and policy development.
Global eLearning is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary resource for the discussion of any and all matters related to digital learning and globalization.
The primary purpose of the chronicle is the provision of an international forum for the discussion of issues guiding, impacting, and transforming digital innovation and globalization at the local, national, or international level. Pioneering analysis reflecting innovation, research, practice, or reflection from the field is solicited.
Uniqueness of Global eLearning:
Global eLearning is the first and only refereed chronicle of its kind in the world: 1) international in scope and purpose, 2) available online, 3) sponsored by IMS, an international organization focused exclusively on digital learning, and 4) MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Teaching and Online Learning), an international community of peer reviewed online teaching and learning materials. Research papers published in the chronicle are clearly and firmly rooted in solid methodologies, whether quantitative or qualitative. Practitioner based articles and reflections are also solicited.
All materials in the chronicle serve as original contributions to the growing body of knowledge in the burgeoning field of Global eLearning. Typical authors of papers published in the journal include researchers, educators, engineers, business professionals, practitioners, scholars, university faculty, and digital visionaries.