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Second "Discussion Article" published as part of Issue 1

 

We have just published the second Discussion Article as part of Issue 1 of EDeR.

Simon N. Leonard, Robert N. Fitzgerald, Stuart Kohlhagen (all three from the University of Canberra, Australia) and Mark W. Johnson (University of Liverpool, UK) respond to

Euler, D. (2017). Design principles as bridge between scientific knowledge production and practice design. EDeR - Educational Design Research, 1(1), 1-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.15460/eder.1.1.1024

Their article is titled ‚ÄúDesign principles as a bridge between contexts: From innovation in the science museum to transformation in formal education‚ÄĚ and can be found here: http://dx.doi.org/10.15460/eder.1.1.1059

 
Posted: 2017-05-02
 

First "Discussion Article" published as part of Issue 1

 

We have published the first "Discussion Article" as part of Issue 1 of EDeR.


Gabi Reinmann discusses core aspects of
Bardone, E. & Bauters, M. (2017). A phronetic approach to educational design-based research: Issues and aspirations. EDeR - Educational Design Research, 1(1), 1-21. http://dx.doi.org/10.15460/eder.1.1.1025


Her Article is titled "Design-based research on the way to mainstream research? Comments on the plea for phronesis by Bardone and Bauters" and can be found here: http://dx.doi.org/10.15460/eder.1.1.1050

 
Posted: 2017-03-18
 

Issue 1 of EDeR is finally online!

 

I am really happy to announce that Issue 1 of EDeR is finally online. 

Many thanks to everyone who contributed either as an author, text-mentor, reviewer, or editorial board member. Your ongoing support is highly appreciated.

And a warm welcome to all our readers!

 
Posted: 2017-02-07
 

Bregje De Vries has joined the EDeR Editorial Review Board

 
I am happy to announce that Bregje De Vries has joined the EDeR Editorial Review Board.
Bregje is an associate professor in Teacher Education at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 
Welcome on board!
 
Posted: 2016-12-23
 

Hans P√Ķldoja joins our Editorial Review Board

 
Hans P√Ķldoja from Tallinn University, Estonia, has kindly agreed to join the EDeR Editorial Review Board.
 
In recent years, Hans has worked on many design-based research projects in the field of educational technology in higher education. 
 
Welcome on board!
 
Sebastian H.D. Fiedler 
 
Posted: 2016-12-04
 

How did we arrive at the workflow and review model of EDeR?

 
Editorial Board Member Gabi Reinmann (HUL, University of Hamburg, Germany) has recently published an article in the German Journal "Forschungsentwicklung/-politik" that summarises what insights from previous publication projects went into the design of our current workflow and review model for EDeR. 

There is now an English version of this text available titled 

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler 
 
Posted: 2016-11-14
 

Yael Kali joins our Editorial Review Board

 

I am happy to announce that Yael Kali from the University of Haifa, Israel, has joined our Editorial Review Board. Yael is Associate Professor of Technology Enhanced Learning and the Director of the "Learning In a NetworKed Society" (LINKS) Israeli Center of Research Excellence (I-CORE).

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-10-29
 

Background article on the workflow and review model of EDeR

 

Gabi Reinmann (HUL, University of Hamburg, Germany) has recently published an article in the German Journal "Forschungsentwicklung/-politik" titled "Triple Peer Review - Entwicklung eines neuen Peer Review-Verfahrens im Kontext der Bildungswissenschaften" [pdf] (Triple Peer Review - Development of a new peer-review approach in the context of the educational sciences) that summarises what insights from previous projects went into the design of our current workflow and review model for EDeR. 

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler 

 
Posted: 2016-09-11
 

Peer review for another two submissions is completed

 

We have just completed the peer review (phase II in our workflow model) for another two submissions for Issue 1 of EDeR. 

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-08-10
 

First contributions have passed peer review

 

The first contribution for Issue 1 of EDeR has successfully passed the blind peer review (phase II) of our workflow model. 
We are currently still waiting for a few reviews to complete phase II for all submissions.

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-08-03
 

Thomas Cochrane joins our Editorial Review Board

 

Thomas Cochrane from the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, has joined our Editorial Review Board. Thom is an Academic Advisor and Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology at AUT University’s Centre for Learning and Teaching (CfLAT).

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-07-04
 

Mònica Feixas joins our Editorial Review Board

 

Mònica Feixas from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, has kindly agreed to join our Editorial Review Board.

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler 

 
Posted: 2016-04-24
 

Thomas C. Reeves joins the Editorial Review Board of EDeR

 

I am very pleased to announce that Thomas C. Reeves from the College of Education at the University of Georgia, USA, has kindly agreed to join our Editorial Review Board. Welcome Tom!

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 

 
Posted: 2016-04-04
 

New addition to our Editorial Review Board

 

Kalle Juuti from the Department of Teacher Education, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences  at the University of Helsinki, Finland, has kindly agreed to serve on the Editorial Review Board of EDeR. Welcome!

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-04-01
 

Roadmap for first issue

 

This is our roadmap for the first issue of EDeR. We are currently in Phase I, following a "peer-editor model".  Prospective authors are working on their contributions. Their texts are "mentored" each by an academic peer whom the authors have chosen.

roadmap to EDeR first issue

For more details on the particular triple-peer review approach that we follow, have a look at the EDeR Review Process and Workflow.

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 
Posted: 2016-01-26
 

EDeR - a new journal in the making

 

EDeR is seeking contributions on Design-Based Research within the educational sciences. All kinds of educational contexts can be addressed, such as higher education, adult education & professional training, vocational education, school education, and so forth.

We welcome contributions on Design-Based Research from pedagogical, psychological, sociological, economic, information-technological perspectives, as long as they focus on educational problems and challenges.

Sebastian H.D. Fiedler

 

 
Posted: 2015-11-10
 
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