Information and Learning Science is a new journal advancing inter-disciplinary research that explores scholarly intersections shared within two key fields: information science and the learning sciences / education sciences. The journal provides a publication venue for work that strengthens the scholarly understanding of human inquiry and learning phenomena, especially as they relate to design and uses of information and e-learning systems innovations.
Information and Learning Science is co-edited by incoming editors Samuel Kai Wah Chu, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong, and Rebecca Reynolds of the iSchool at Rutgers. The editors invite submissions, and author guidelines can be found here.
In particular, submissions are invited for an upcoming special issue focused on the theme “Learning to Code, Coding to Learn: Youth and Computational Thinking.” Guest editors for this special edition will be Eric Meyers of the University of British Columbia iSchool, who is also posters chair for iConference 2019, and Hong Huang of the University of South Florida. Click here to view the CFP on this special issue.
Additional details about Information and Learning Sciencecan be found here in Emerald Journal News.