A challenge for the 21st century universities worldwide is to educate professionals who have knowledge and skills in sustainable development.The journal aims at providing the right platform for encouraging research, development and practices of smart learning, alongside understanding, managing and complying with the quality issues related to it. The journal further aims to support community building and foster open smart learning standards. It will also update the e-learning researchers, practitioners, learners and all others related on the latest developments, innovations, changing thoughts and underlying practices in the field. The journal aspires to facilitate the desired changes and re-alignments in education systems to ensure effective delivery of smart learning opportunities at all levels.



With the increasing impact of technology in everyday life, the Journal critically looks at the role of technology in enhancing learning and education and discusses some of the latest innovative methods of managing classrooms and virtual learning. The coverage includes:

  • Smart Learning in the modern world
  • Educational policies of governments
  • Ensuring ROI in education
  • Proper Planning and implementation in Universities, Colleges and Schools
  • Training & Developing teaching and non-teaching staff in Smart learning practices
  • Practical aspects for ensuring excellent education
  • Effective blending of online to ensure cost effectiveness without losing on quality
  • Collaborative techniques to ensure group learning
  • Challenges in working with students with disabilities and difficult learners
  • Use of tools and techniques
  • Measurement & Benchmarking
  • Evaluation of learning solutions
  • Self Assessments
  • Best practice applications in schools & institutions
  • Principles for partnerships in Education Providing
  • Role of teachers and colleges in knowledge dissemination in the future
  • Community based partnerships to ensure effective education systems
  • Cost effectiveness aspects of education provision


Key Journal Audiences

  • University & College Professors & Lecturers
  • School Principals, Teachers and Administrators
  • Researchers
  • Government policy makers and Educationists
  • Corporate Trainers and training managers
  • Teacher development and training Centres
  • Training instiutions