Journal of Instructional Media
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You need all three when you're dealing with today's learning environments. Published four times a year, the International Journal of Instructional Media is the resource that provides it all - must reading for instructors and trainers.
Manuscripts may be sent to:
Dr. Phillip J. Sleeman
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As IJIM enters its 40th year of publication, it continues one of its original tenets regarding its publication of manuscripts which is that IJIM is a professional refereed source for new as well as experienced authors which gives them an opportunity to share their strategies and/or research regarding the improvement of instruction and training by the utilization of technology to improve communication and learning. Those wishing to publish in IJIM should review the manuscript guidelines section and/or may contact the executive editor at PLsleeman@aol.com. Thank you for your past and continued support of the Journal.
The International Journal of Instructional Media (IJIM) is the source of cutting edge research and commentary on all forms of instructional media used in instruction and training today. IJIM bridges the gap between theory and practice. The present growth in educational technology confronts you, the instructor, with a vast array of instructional media without clearly defined guidelines as to their optimal use.
To help bridge the gap, IJIM focuses on quality research and presents articles about ongoing programs in instructional media and education. IJIM investigates and explains:
Primarily, IJIM is concerned with the problem of applying the various distant learning strategies and instructional media to the learning process. Articles discuss specific applications and techniques for bringing the advantages of a particular instructional medium to bear on a complete curriculum system or program.
Most importantly, IJIM is not hardware oriented - it is instruction and systems oriented. It is concerned with hardware only to the extent that hardware forms part of an educational system called "instructional media," involving student, hardware, software, curriculum and instructor.
CLICK HERE for a listing of the locations of faculty, teachers, and trainers who have contributed more than 1,000 manuscripts to the Journal during these past 40 years.
Titles from Recent Issues
The Pedagogical Design of ICT Integration in Online Learning: A Case Study/Lim, Hung, Wong and Hu
Investigating Implementation Strategies for WWW-based Learning Environments/Oliver, Omari and Herrington
Teaching Statistics from a Distance: What Have We Learned/Brown and Kulikovich
Availability of Microcomputers and Peripheral Equipment in American Schools: Year 2/Ingersoll and Smith
Human Factors Design: The Computer in the Classroom/Pelletier
Instructional Media and Technology
The Untouchables: Ethics and Law in International Journalism/Worthingham
Academic Library Futures: an Investment in Technology/Newhouse and Hewitt
The Effects of Television Violence on Children/Sleeman
Video Formats and Employee Evaluations of Television Presentation in the Workplace/Barber, Baukus and Strassman
Interactive Video, Video Disc and Software Applications
Journaling Systems: Integrating Print and Audio with Applications Software/Gresham, Ferguson, and Allen
An Evaluation of Student Attitude Toward Self-Instructional Materials Presented in Two Different Formats/Bedient, Hostetler, and Englert
Instructional Media Management
Proactive Information Management/Pentland and Mathai
Management of Educational Resources: An Alternative/Pelletier
Instructional Development and Systems
What the Instructional Designer Needs to Know About HTML/Reynolds
An Instructional Technologist Look at the Curriculum Development/Seidman
Media Research and Evaluation
Interactive Effects of Mixed-chunk Elaboration Feedback in
Facilitating Student Achievement/Williams and Dwyer
Media Utilization and Technology
Media Utilization and Student-Content Teaching Inventory: A Correlational Study of Community College Instructors/Smeltzer
A Review of the Literature on the Effects of Production Techniques in Instructional Television/Morris
Visual Primacy: Reality and the Implying Image in Motion Pictures and TV/Hefzallah