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The editorial panel welcomes contributions in the form of original articles, letters, reports and reviews. Australian Educational Computing (AEC) provides a vehicle for the publication of articles for which a national audience is appropriate. These fall into a number of categories. There are articles relating to research in the educational computing field and which are likely to be of interest to a wide cross section of teachers. These may come as follow up papers from keynote pseakers at national conferences, or might be the results of Australian or international research. In addition there are a number of educators who are exploring new ideas about the use of computers in the classroom and who are writing articles from sister international organisations such as ISTE and IFIP; however the majority of articles should be Australian content.
- Refereed / Reviewed papers can be articles relating to research, theoretical articals, position or policy papers.
- Non Refereed / Reviewed papers can be papers relating to practice or policy.
- Authors should ensure that their manuscript conforms loosely to the American Psychological Association (APA) bibliographic convention.
- Apart from the title page no author identification should appear on the manuscript.
- Figures, tables and graphics should be provided in camera ready form.
- Photographs should be black and white rather coloured.
- Authors should limit articles to a maximum of 4,000 words.
- Include an abstract of 100-150 words.
- Electronic copy in the form of a plain (unformatted) text file, Microsoft Word file, should be submitted via email to the editor.
- Authors should include a brief autobiographical statement (inlcude at end of article; before references section) and a current photograph.
Digital photographs of authors should be standard size of around 140mm x 100mm and 300 dpi in resolution. When saved as a jpeg they should be about 400KB in memory, file sizes less than 100KB, and .png and.gif files are not acceptable. Send photos separately; do not embed in Word doc.
Editor, Australian Educational Computing
Dr Jason Zagami, School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University