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Quality Educational Journals via T&F Online

November 11, 2019

Three of NIE's journals are currently published by Routledge Education, which is part of the Taylor & Francis Group, an established academic publisher.

 

NIE Publications with Routledge Education

 

Asia Pacific Journal of Education focuses on educational leadership, policy, curriculum and pedagogy pertinent to the Asia-Pacific region. It features articles discussing various aspects of education policy and curriculum practices - how they have evolved to ensure education for sustainability in response to cultural and linguistic changes, as well as relevant issues in 21st century education. The journal, with an impact factor of 1.071 in 2018, is also included in the Social Sciences Citation Index in the Web of Science database.

 

Pedagogies: An International Journal offers an avenue for rich discussions on transformative innovations related to teaching and learning in both formal and informal settings. Articles published in this journal are based on current research covering all aspects and subject areas in education. The journal is currently indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index. This index in the Web of Science Core Collection contains "high-quality peer-reviewed publications of regional importance and in emerging research fields".

 

Learning: Research and Practice was launched in 2015 with the purpose of presenting cutting-edge research and explorations into new theories in teaching that improve upon traditional learning methods and educational practices. Issued twice a year, the journal is currently indexed in the Scopus database.

 

As part of NIE’s collaboration with Routledge Education, full-text articles from all published issues of the three journals are accessible via the Taylor & Francis (T&F) Online platform. This includes past issues of Asia Pacific Journal of Education (1996 - current), as well as all issues from 1978-1995 when it was known as the Singapore Journal of Education.

 

Influential Journals in Education

 

NIE’s publications with Routledge Education are part of T&F's Education Collection, which consists of over 200 journal titles on research in education worldwide. Within this portfolio of education journals, users will find full-text articles of influential journals, such as Comparative Education, Educational Review, and The Educational Forum, as well as more than 135 titles indexed in the Web of Science.

 

NIE Library also subscribes to a wide variety of T&F journals on education, with subjects ranging from education research to special education.

 

Below is a sampling of journals available in the Education Collection:

 

Education Research

  • Educational Review

  • The Journal of Educational Research

  • Research Papers in Education

  • Educational Research

  • Educational Studies

 

Subject Teaching

  • International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

  • Research in Science & Technological Education

  • Sport, Education and Society

  • Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance

  • Mathematical Thinking and Learning

 

Early Childhood Education

  • Early Child Development and Care

  • Early Years

  • Childhood Education

  • European Early Childhood Education Research Journal

  • Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education

 

Special Needs & Educational Psychology

  • Educational Psychology

  • Educational Psychologist

  • European Journal of Special Needs Education

  • Disability & Society

 

Access All Available Titles

 

Browse the complete list of T&F journal titles that are available to NIE staff and students here.

 

Alternatively, you can visit our List of Databases and search for Taylor & Francis Online (Education Collection). 

 

The short clip below shows the simple steps to accessing Taylor & Francis Online from the Library portal.

 

 

 

 

Designed for a seamless user experience, you can view T&F articles via any mobile device with wireless connectivity. For each article, users have the option to:

  1. view full-text in HTML

  2. download the article in PDF, and even

  3. listen using ReadSpeaker webReader

 

 

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