Featured Articles

Technology Use in Early Childhood Eduction: A Review of Literature
Nancy R. Zomer & Robin H. Kay | University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Negotiating the Digital Maze of Information Literacy: A Review of Literature
Robin H. Kay & Kamran Ahmadpour | University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Empowering Adult Learners through Blogging with iPads and iPods
Anna Augusto Rodrigues | University of Ontario Institute of Technology and Durham College

The Journal of Educational Informatics is the online journal of the Faculty of Education of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). It presents original work of graduate students in education, and considers articles submitted by researchers in the fields of education and digital technologies, and educational informatics. Articles include qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods research; critical reviews of the literature; policy perspectives; and position papers on digital learning and educational informatics. JEI addresses educators, graduate students, researchers, curriculum developers, policy makers, and school system administrators.  Submissions are subject to a blind peer review process for academic journals. JEI reviewers include reputable scholars from around the world and UOIT graduate students in Education. Please see the Guide for Authors.