About the Journal

Focus and Scope

"Seminar.net" is an international journal, which publishes refereed articles dealing with research into theoretical or practical aspects related to the learning of adolescents, adults and elderly, in formal or informal educational settings. The use of information and communication technologies in general in these settings is a vital field of interest for the journal.

The aim of Seminar.net is to raise critical issues as to how ICT and media is used in education and in society, in order to promote democratic values, equity and justice in the field of education. The journal will publish philosophical, analytical and empirical contributions, addressing various fields coined as adult education, higher education, distance education, flexible or blended education, lifelong learning, human resource development, organizational learning etc. Seminar.net will seek a role as an influential source for the promotion of participation and reflexivity in the social construction of the development of educational technology.

Peer Review Process

After reception of article, it will be screened by the editor/s. If found suitable for the journal, the article will be sent to two referees for further reviewing.  Seminar.net practices a double blind referee process. Three outputs: rejection, accepted, accepted if revised, are possible. If accepted on the condition of revision, the editors will decide if a new process of reviews is necessary.

Publication Frequency

Seminar.net will have two issues in 2019:

Vol. 15 - Issue 1: Spring

Vol. 15 - Issue 2: Autumn

The Editoral board welcomes contributions continuously.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The articles, reviews etc. included in Seminar.net are the property of their authors and are used by permission. The rules for use of published electronic documents are still relatively undefined, and we urge our readers to apply the same principles of fair use to the works in this electronic archive that they would to a published, printed archive. The articles may be read online, downloaded for personal use, or the URL of a document (from this source) included in another electronic document. Commercial printing, editing or altering of texts must be clarified with the original author.