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United States
  • eLearn Magazine
    The e-learning magazine from ACM (Association of Computing Machinery). This online journal, targeted towards both providers and consumers of online learning, including teachers, managers, and administrators working to develop educational programs or classes on the Web, contains many resources about e-learning. The aim of the journal is to provide accurate, unbiased news, information, and opinion on the field of online education and training. It also provides a forum for discussions. The In-Depth Tutorials section is particularly interesting.
  • Learning Circuits
    Learning Circuits is a monthly online magazine that focuses on workplace e-learning. The magazine is an official publication of ASTD (American Society for Training and Development), an association of professionals in human resource development, workplace learning, and performance improvement. Articles, editorials, and features cover topics such as learning technologies in the learning environment and learning technology development. There is also a 'tools' section with a glossary, free demos, and other tools. The Web site also includes a free e-mail newsletter, a chat room, a link to the ASTD Virtual Community Web board, and a link to the E-Learning Supercommunity on the ASTD Web site.
  • American Journal of Distance Education (AJDE)
    Designed for many kinds of readers including teachers, workplace trainers, adult educators, and researchers, the American Journal of Distance Education is a journal containing scholarship and research pertaining to the field of distance education in America. The journal is recognized on an international level.
  • Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE)
    Published by the Association for the Advancement in Computing in Education, the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education provides a venue for the exchange of information and knowledge related to the use of technology in teacher education practices. The content covered by the journal includes curriculum, instruction, administration, educational computing, instructional technology, and staff development.
  • The Internet and Higher Education
    This is a quarterly journal with a readership of faculty, staff, and administrators who are working to improve instructional practices in the field of education and to promote greater productivity using Information Technology and the Internet.
  • Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN)
    A publication of Sloan Consortium, the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks strives to provide descriptions of asynchronous learning networks that include experimental practices and results.
  • Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia (JEMH)
    Published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia provides a venue for the presentation and discussion of the use of multimedia and hypermedia in education.
  • Journal of Interactive Learning Research (JILR)
    Published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), the Journal of Interactive Learning Research contains papers and reports about the theory, design, effectiveness, and impact that interactive learning has on education in general.
  • Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME)
    Published by the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University, the Journal of Interactive Media in Education contains articles and an open peer review in an integrated presentation.
  • The Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning at Virginia Tech
    Available online, Virginia Tech's Report of the Institute for Distance and Distributed Learning addresses the Institute's overall goal of strengthening "the University's role as a recognized leader in distance and distributed teaching and learning, research and scholarship, and outreach."
  • Best Practices in eLearning
    Based on the research of the Learning-on-Demand program and work of SRI Consulting Business Intelligence, this report offers information of more than 40 best elearning practices. This report is based on the findings of the research and projects of many different industries and will be mostly useful to companies interested in improving their elearning practices.
  • CITE - Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education
    The CITE Journal is a free, peer-reviewed electronic journal of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), established as a multimedia, interactive counterpart of the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. The journal is funded by the U.S. Department of Education Preparing Tomorrows Teacher to Use Technology (PT3) catalyst grant. The CITE Journal has a Commentary feature, which permits readers to author short responses to articles published in a commentary strand linked to the article. This feature takes advantage of an interactive medium to develop an ongoing, peer-reviewed dialogue. The journals online medium also allows authors to demonstrate the technologies about which they are writing, including video and audio segments, animation, virtual reality, Web links, and simulations.
  • Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning (IMEJ)
    IMEJ is an interactive multimedia electronic journal edited and produced at Wake Forest University. The goals of IMEJ are to provide a peer-reviewed forum for innovations in computer-enhanced learning, to serve as a model and testbed for an electronic journal with a high level of multimedia and interactivity, and to advance the acceptance of electronic publication as a legitimate and valuable form of academic discourse. The articles in IMEJ concern effective uses of technology in any and all disciplines within higher education. The Web site holds an archive of the journal's articles, providing both abstracts and the full text. A search engine of the articles is also provided. No subscription is needed.
  • International Journal on E-Learning (IJEL)
    IJEL, a peer-reviewed journal, serves as a forum to facilitate the international exchange of information on the current research, development, and practice of e-learning in corporate, government, healthcare, and higher education. The Journal targets researchers, developers and practitioners in these fields. The IJEL is led by an Editorial Review Board of leaders in the field of e-Learning. Users can access online abstracts of the journal's articles. Full articles are accessible only to users with an AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education) login account.
  • Journal of On-line Learning and Technology (JOLT)
    The Journal of On-Line Learning and Technology (JOLT) is a new publication by Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology. It is a peer-reviewed, refereed electronic journal dedicated to the study of on-line learning and communities involved in on-line learning and teaching. JOLT will publish scholarly articles and reviews about a broad range of issues in on-line learning and teaching, with an emphasis on communities of practice. In addition, JOLT will offer editorials, book reviews, features, and news about people and events relevant to on-line learning, teaching and its community. JOLT will be published three times a year.

  • Australia

  • Australian Journal of Education Technology
    This journal's contents include research, articles, and reviews relating to educational technology, applications of computers in education, educational telecommunications, and other topics.
  • Reports
    Owned by the Australian Commonwealth and State and Territory education and training Ministers, is a national education and training agency. In collaboration with many education and training communities, the Agency develops and maintains online informational services that are designed to make educational information available to national education and training workers and communities. One of the Agency's many missions is to meet the educational challenges offered by the Internet. The Agency's annual reports are available online.

  • Canada

  • CADE: Journal of Distance Education
    An international publication of the Canadian Association for Distance Education, the Journal of Distance Education strives to encourage research and scholarly work being conducted in Canada about distance education. The journal also serves as a venue for the availability of international distance education research. This journal is published in English and French.
  • Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology (CJLT)
    Published tri-annually by the Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC), the Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology covers topics such as learning theory and technology, distance and online learning, computers and education, instructional design theory, gaming, among other topics related to the relationship between technology and education. This journal was formerly known as the Canadian Journal of Educational Communication.
  • International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL)
    This journal, published by Athabasca University, is a refereed e-journal to advance research, theory and best practice in open and distance learning worldwide. All issues of the journal (since July 2000) are available online, free and complete. The articles' text is usually provided in four languages: English, Chinese, Spanish and French. The Web site also provides book reviews as well as information about events and conferences in the field of open and distance learning.
  • Canary E-Learning Reports
    Available online, these reports address Canary's program that was designed to diminish barriers, making advanced networks more useable in education and training. The program was funded throughout all regions of Canada.

  • United Kingdom

  • E-learning Age Magazine
    With a readership of people who work for or inside of learning organizations in the UK, this publication looks at how organizations sustain intellectual capital, and the issues related to e-learning solutions. This publication is published 11 times a year.
  • E-learning Age Research ReportsA section of the UK's E-learning age magazine, E-learning Age Research Reports provide readers with listings of e-learning survey reports from many sources.
  • Linking Learning to Business
    This report contains information about the usual business factors that create environments able to successfully sustain e-learning in organizations of the United Kingdom. A wide range of organizations are covered n the report, which includes case studies and summaries, best practices, and learning techniques, among other topics.
  • Electronic Journal of e-Learning
    The Electronic Journal of e-Learning provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Learning initiatives. The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in the field of e-Learning. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research in e-Learning.
  • Learning Lab Journal
    This is a quarterly journal of the Learning Lab, a non-profit organisation providing impartial advice, information, a showcase of learning technologies and examples of best practice to any organisation wishing to engage in the deployment and strategic use of ICT in the education and training sector. Through independent research and collaboration the Learning Lab aims to assist the education and training sector to move positively into the future by developing technology-based learning support structures. The journal can be downloaded free in PDF format.

  • Europe

  • European eLearning Market Report
    The European eLearning Market Report aims to separate the reality from the perception of the developments of the European e-learning industry. Covers many involved e-learning training organizations in both the public and private sector. This report identifies itself as "independent and impartial."
  • European Journal of Open and Distance Learning
    This journal provides a venue for the discussion of open and distance learning concerns in educational and training contexts. Topics covered by the journal include telematics, multimedia, and distance and e-learning. This journal is available by subscription and also online.

  • International

  • Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE)
    Published by the International Society for Technology in Education, the readership of the Journal of Research on Technology in Education generally includes teachers, educators of teachers, educational policymakers, educational industry leaders, and technology coordinators. The articles published in the journal are reports on original technology in education research, theoretical statements on educational computing, assessments, and other topics.
  • International Journal on E-learning (IJEL)
    Formerly called the International Journal of Educational Telecommunications and the WebNet Journal, and published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), the International Journal on E-Learning serves to promote the exchange of current e-learning research, practice, and development in the fields of higher education, corporate, government, and healthcare services, on an international level.

  • Blogs

  • Auricle - Learning Technologies in Higher Education
    Auricle is a Weblog (blog) about e-learning, produced by the e-learning team at Bath University. This is an experimental blog that offers short articles, reflections, observations, or references on what the team has found interesting, useful, challenging, and sometimes frustrating in the e-learning world. Users are able to comment on the articles. Auricle is edited by Derek Morrison, Director of the e-learning@Bath team.
  • Asynchronous Collaborative Learning Activities
    "Please share my journey into the investigation of how to improve the procedure of known (or new) pedagogical activities for asynchronous delivery."
  • elearningpost
    "Daily Links to Corporate Learning, Community Building, Instructional Design, Knowledge Management, Personalization and more."
  • The Learned Man!: eLearning Blogs
    A blog that seeks to highlight the latest and greatest in the eLearning and training industry, as well as a unique look into this growing industry through ...
  • Jen Reviews
    A guide on 9 amazing benefits of technology in the classroom, including suggestions on 15 best ways to incorporate technology in the classroom.

  • Consultants

    For research and reports on e-learning
  • e-Learning Guru
    "Hi, I'm Kevin Kruse and I'm the founder of I started this site as a way to offer the e-learning community practical information in a plain-language format. You can see from the tabs above that this site is jam packed with "how to" articles, templates and calculators in the tool box, dozens of white papers, time saving book summaries and links to the best sites on the net."
  • MASIE Cente
    "The MASIE Center is an international thinktank located in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Center is dedicated to exploring the intersection of learning and technology. They are focusd on these key areas: How do people learn to use technology; How can technology be used to help people learn; New models for providing learning across distance and time; New roles for training and learning professionals."

  • Communities of Practice
  • The eLearning Guild
    The eLearning Guild is a Community of Practice for e-Learning design, development, and management professionals. Through this member driven community we provide high-quality learning opportunities, networking services, resources, and publications. Members represent a diverse group of managers, directors, and executives focused on training and learning services, as well as e-Learning instructional designers, content developers, web developers, project managers, contractors, and consultants. Guild members work in a variety of settings including corporate, government, and academic organizations. All members share a common interest in e-Learning design, development, and management.

  • News Letter
  • eLearning Journal
    The eLearningJournal is a biweekly email newsletter synthesizing important news, trends, resources and organizations that impact the e-learning marketplace. Published by Inc. This publication quotes news stories on the e-learning market for your benefit, sending you directly to the publisher to read the entire stories. We do not claim copyright on any of that news content, but do copyright the other content in this publication.

  • Content Sites
    MERLOT is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students of higher education. Links to online learning materials are collected here along with annotations such as peer reviews and assignments. You are welcome to browse the collection or search for materials. Members may add materials, comments and assignments to MERLOT.
    MIT OpenCourseWare (MIT OCW) makes the course materials that are used in the teaching of almost all MIT undergraduate and graduate subjects available on the Web, free of charge, to any user anywhere in the world. MIT OCW is a large-scale, Web-based publication of MIT course materials, and is not a degree-granting or credit-bearing initiative.

  • Standardization Bodies
  • ADL
    The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness was tasked with leading a collaborative effort to harness the power of information technologies to modernize structured learning. Through the sponsorship of the OUSD P& R, the creation of the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative was formed as a developer and implementer of learning technologies across the Department of Defense (DoD).
  • IMS
    The mission of the IMS Global Learning Consortium is to support the adoption and use of learning technology worldwide. IMS is a non-profit organization that includes more than 50 Contributing Members and affiliates. These members come from every sector of the global e-learning community. They include hardware and software vendors, educational institutions, publishers, government agencies, systems integrators, multimedia content providers, and other consortia. The Consortium provides a neutral forum in which members with competing business interests and different decision-making criteria collaborate to satisfy real-world requirements for interoperability and re-use.