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Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy is aimed at researchers, school authorities, school leaders in primary and secondary schools, teachers in primary and secondary education, at colleges and universities, and others concerned with education and ICT.

The journal contains peer reviewed articles and book reviews. Through dissemination of national and international research, the journal contributes to the debate on education policy. The journal aims at creating a platform for the critical analysis of digital literacy and competence, and the use of ICT in educational context. Moreover, the aim is to stimulate dialogue between different participants in the field. Upon reception, the editor evaluates all submissions. After editor screening, approved contributions are sent to at least two anonymous international reviewers.

Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy has a focus on articles that deal thematically with digital literacy and the use of ICT in educational settings. Papers can among others be targeted on the following themes:
  • ICT use and innovation in education
  • Theoretical, methodological and practical challenges around the use of ICT in education
  • ICT in subjects (didactic context)
  • Evaluation and development
  • Learners' work and learners' ICT skills
  • Teachers, teacher education and classroom management
  • Lifelong learning
The publication is published quarterly by Universitetsforlaget (The Scandinavian University Press) in collaboration with University of Bergen. The journal is published in English, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.

As author, you retain copyright and publishing rights to your article without restrictions, whilst at the same time making the full text of your article freely available for others to read, download, copy, print, search in or link to. Publishing in this journal does not require payment of a processing or publishing charge.  

PEER REVIEW
All research articles that are considered relevant for publication in the journal are reviewed by at least two anonymous academic referees with no ties to the author. In addition, the article is reviewed by the journal's editorial board and the final decision regarding publication of the article is made by the Editor-in-Chief. The journal practices "double blind" peer review, whereby both reviewers and the author remain anonymous to each other.

INDEXING
The journal is covered by the following indexing and discovery services:
  • Scopus
  • Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
  • ERIH PLUS
  • SHERPA/RoMEO
  • Google Scholar
  • Primo Central Index (Ex Libris) / Oria
  • The Summon Service (ProQuest)
  • Ebsco Discovery Services
  • WorldCat Lokal (OCLC)
The journal is authorized as a publication channel on level 1 in NSD – Norwegian Centre for Research Data (for Norway and Sweden), in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s Authorization list for serials (Denmark), and in Publication Forum (Finland).

All content in this journal is also exported to Portico, a preservation archive that safeguards perpetual access to e-journals, e-books, and digital collections.

 
Editor-in-chief
Rune Johan Krumsvik, professor, University of Bergen

Editorial staff
Kjetil Egelandsdal, postdoc., University of Bergen
Kjetil L. Høydal, associate professor, Volda Unversity College
Fredrik Mørk Røkenes, associate professor, Norgwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU
Ann-Thérèse Arstorp, associate professor, University of Southeastern Norway
Gréta Björk Guðmundsdóttir, associate professor, University of Oslo
Ove Edvard Hatlevik, professor, OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University
Massimo Loi, policy researcher and advisor, OECD
Cathrine E. Tømte, associate professor, University of Agder
Morten Søby, senior policy advisor, The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training
Lise Øen Jones, associate professor, University of Bergen

Editorial assistants
Øystein Olav Skaar

Contact editorial staff

Editorial Board
Claire Bélisle, University of Lyon, France
Alain Breuleux, McGill University, Canada
Kirsten Drotner, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Ola Erstad, University of Oslo, Norway
Keri Facer, Futurelab, England
Annita Fjuk, Telenor R&I, Norway
Patrik Hernwall, Stockholm University, Sweden
Michael Hoechsmann, Lakehead University, Canada
Solveig Jakobsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland
Michele Knobel, Montclair State University, USA
Colin Lankshear, James Cook University, Australia
Sanne Järvelä, University of Oulu, Finland
Nancy Law, University of Hong Kong
Angela McFarlane, University of Bristol, UK
Roger Säljö, Göteborg University, Sweden
Marlene Scardamalia, University of Toronto, Canada
Birgitte Holm Sørensen, The Danish University of Education, Denmark
Barbara Wasson, University of Bergen, Norway
Patricia Wastiau, European Schoolnet, Belgium
 

Contakt editorial staff

Universitetet i Bergen
Det psykologiske fakultetet
Institutt for pedagogikk
Christiesgate 13
5020 Bergen
Norway

 
Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy is a scholarly journal with open access, with no subscription charges or registration restrictions. All content is freely available online.

As an author for this journal, you retain copyright and publishing rights to your own article without restrictions, and you grant any third party the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of your article in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.  

GUIDE FOR AUTHORS

ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy (NJDL) contains peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, debates and commentaries, software, and book reviews. Through dissemination of national and international research, the journal contributes to the debate on education policy with an emphasis on Nordic countries. The journal aims at creating a platform for the critical analysis of digital literacy competence, and the use of ICT in an educational context. Moreover, the aim is to stimulate dialogue between different participants in the field.

The journal focuses on articles that deal thematically with digital literacy and the use of ICT in educational settings. Contributions can target the following themes:
  • ICT use and innovation in education
  • Theoretical, methodological, and practical challenges around the use of ICT in education
  • ICT in subjects (didactic context)
  • Evaluation and development
  • Learners’ work and learners’ ICT skills
  • Teachers, teacher education and classroom management with ICT
  • Lifelong learning with ICT   

SUBMITTING A MANUSCRIPT

Before you submit your manuscript, we ask you to read the guidelines closely, and ensure:
  • All information about the author(s) is included
  • The number of characters does not exceed the limits stated underneath
  • Notes and references comply with the authors guidelines
  • Abstract and keywords in English is included
  • Danish, Norwegian, or Swedish manuscripts should also include an abstract and keywords in its native language.
Manuscripts are submitted using the journal’s email address: njdl@uib.no.

Due to COVID-19 the journal experience some difficulties in meeting timelines regarding the peer review process. In order to facilitate this in the best manner the editor kindly ask authors and reviewers to inform the journal as soon as possible if there is need to extend some deadlines. The journal will try its best to be flexible and ensure a good process for everybody involved despite the challenging circumstances.

MANUSCRIPT STANDARD

The editorial office welcomes submissions of both scientific articles as well as commentaries and book reviews. The journal practices external peer review of scientific articles and internal review of other written texts, such as book reviews and project presentations. The journal does not consider manuscripts for publication if they have already been published elsewhere. The editorial office accepts submissions in MS Word-format (.docx/.doc) or Rich Text –format (.rtf).

Scientific articles intended for peer-review cannot exceed 40 000 characters. The constraint includes white space, paragraph marks and references. In other words, the whole document. Other texts should not exceed 30 000 characters. Only articles in English, Danish, Norwegian, or Swedish are accepted.

Submissions should include two documents:

  1. Cover page containing:
  • Author(s) full name
  • Year of birth
  • Title and affiliation
  • Address, phone number and e-mail address
  • Title of the article
  • Abstract (max. 300 words)
  • 3–5 keywords
  • The total number of characters including spaces and paragraph marks.
  • Acknowledgements
  1. Anonymized manuscript containing:
  • Title
  • Abstract (max. 300 words)
  • 3–5 keywords
  • Main body with figures and tables
  • Notes should be numerical and organized as footnotes
  • Literature references in alphabetical order using DOI where applicable

REFERENCE SYSTEM

The journal uses APA 7th edition style guide for references.

Introduction to this style can found here:

DOI-REFERENCES

References should always include DOI (Digital Object Identifier) when possible. Please use http://search.crossref.org or similar to identify the correct DOI. The DOI is placed at the end of each reference, for example:

Krumsvik, R. J. (2020). Extended Editorial. Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy, 15(3), 141-152. https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1891-943x-2020-03-01

TABLES, FIGURES, AND ILLUSTRATIONS

The author(s) must obtain permission to reproduce material from the copyright owner. If someone other than the author(s) has made a figure or table, the name of the source must be stated in the text.

QUOTES

Quotations less than 40 words are incorporated in text and should contain quotation marks. Quotations of 40 or more words are written as an intended, freestanding block of text with no quotation marks.

NOTES

Notes in the manuscript should be organized as footnotes. Notes should be kept to a minimum and used only for comments.

REFEREE PROCESS

The journal uses double blind reviewing of manuscripts. Manuscripts must therefore be anonymized by the author(s). Title page and information about the author(s) must be given in a separate document. All explicit self-references should be anonymized.

RIGHTS

 

The articles in NJDL are published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.

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