We are delighted to announce that with the support of the Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand (FLANZ) we have registered the Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning ( JOFDL) with Crossref. This means that we are able to assign DOI (Digital Object Identifiers) to all articles, past, present and future, published in JOFDL. You will see these DOIs already displayed on each article page. In future, they will also be printed on the PDF versions of articles. Our ancestor publication, the Journal of Distance Learning, does not currently have DOIs associated with its articles. We will be exploring this situation in the coming months. For now, in keeping with good practice, you should include the full URL for each DOI in any JOFDL article you cite.Read more about DOIs have now been attributed to all JOFDL articles.
2023-09-24Hot off the [electronic] press! Issue 27 (1) of the Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning (JOFDL) is now available to the world.
Hot off the [electronic] press!Issue 26 (2) of the Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning (JOFDL) is now available to the world. It begins with an editorial looking at readership and research trends in the journal post-COVID, followed by a thought-provoking Invited Article about the nature of distance learning by Professor Jon Dron. This general issue follows with 7 articles on different aspects of research after COVID-19. http://www.jofdl.nz/index.php/JOFDL
Alison Fields and Simon Paul Atkinson, JOFDL Joint Editors.Read more about JOFDL Issue 26 (2) now released!
We are currently contacting all our Reviewers to make sure we have current details and contact information. If you recevie an email from Vicky Liu, please respond and update your information with us. We appreciate your continued support for our Peer Review Journal.
Alison Fields, Editor-In-Chief.Read more about JOFDL: Renewing contact details for all Reviewers
Updating our Reviewers DatabaseRead more about Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning: Updating our Reviewers Database
2020-04-26JOFDL is supporting the education community worldwide during the COVID-19 pandemic by making available a collection of high impact, previously-published articles on online and eLearning in a single issue. This resource adds to the online teaching and learning ideas, inspiration, information and application for educators in these unprecedented times. Read more about JOFDL Special Issue: Online teaching and learning: COVID-19
Hot off the [electronic] press!Read more about JOFDL Issue 21(1) now released!
Edited by Elaine Khoo and Noeline Wright, this special issue offers insights into developments and practices in open, flexible, and distance learning contexts linked with the conference theme ‘There and back: Charting flexible pathways in open, mobile and distance education’.