The University of Arizona

Editorial: On the First Issue of "Issues and Trends in Educational Technology"

Betül C. Czerkawski, Max A. Lieberman

Abstract


A brief introduction to our view of the history and role of educational technology and its practitioners, and a statement of our standards and vision for this journal.

DOI: 10.2458/azu_itet_v1i1_czerkawski


Keywords


editorial; educational technology; role of the field; nature of the field

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