International Journal of Excellence in e-Learning

ISSN: 1996-871X

Journal Overview


The main objective of the journal is to keep its audience abreast of all the developments, technological and logical, researches, and theoretical changes taking place in the field of e-learning. The journal's mission also encompasses all the cultural, economic, legal and political issues, concerning delivery of e-learning systems and their effective management, so that they may assist the researchers and practitioners in devising more effective strategies to manage tools, technologies and latest developments in the field.

Unique Attributes

The International Journal of Excellence in e-Learning aspires to shape the future of e-learning by providing cutting-edge research that defines no boundaries, breaks new grounds and explores new opportunities rather than just making and incremental contribution to the field. Inclusion of researches and studies that tend to investigate quality issues, delivery systems, value addition and effectiveness of applications that drive excellence in the e-learning field, is another unique element of the journal.

The Journal is also an opportunity for debating quality issues related to this important sector and will network professionals in schools, colleges and universities besides training professionals from select industries.

The Journal will be working towards creating a sound balance between approved theoretical frameworks and effective practical manifestations. Papers and contributions to the journal address real-world phenomenon with relevant research, clearly expliciting their contribution to the international research in the field of e-learning.

In sum, the Journal will help develop deep knowledge, enhanced research and amplified applications of e-learning and m-learning as well as their effective implementation and quality management to ensure a culture of excellence.


In a world driven increasingly by the knowledge economy, countries are measured by the intellectual capital they produce and own rather than physical assets. In this millennium, a country's competitive advantage will lie with the quality of its human resources. World-class education systems can make a difference in ensuring that this human resources power is tapped to the maximum possible.

The International Journal of Excellence in e-Learning  provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation, assessment and management of e-Learning initiatives. It is aimed at serving as a forum to facilitate the international exchange of information on the current research, development, and practice of e-learning in these sectors.

Key Benefits

The International Journal of Excellence in e-Learning looks at global experiences, methodologies at both micro- and macro-levels and demonstrates impact of these and discusses outcomes and benefits of such approaches. The journal will include rigorous qualitative and quantitative international research studies, empirical and social case studies, conceptual papers and strong manuscripts aimed mostly/solely at practitioner audience. The journal will be interested in welcoming and publishing innovative studies that actually start up or redirect a new line of inquiry, at multi-disciplinary levels.

The Journal focuses on identifying and communicating practical case studies, good practices and innovations in education from the U.K. , the U.S. , Singapore , and elsewhere to help educators offer students and other stakeholders a world-class e-learning system.

Specific issues that are addressed such as leadership challenges in modernising the e-learning systems, training teachers and instructors to get accustomed to virtual teaching, managing learning with technology support, managing and maintaining quality issues related to the field, e-learning dynamics and a host of other issues can help those involved with this sector in building and ensuring excellence in the field for the right/good cause of promoting education.

Key Journal Audiences

  • University & college professors & lecturers
  • School principals, teachers and administrators
  • Freelance researchers
  • Government policy makers
  • High profile academicians
  • Corporate trainers and training managers
  • Teacher development centres