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Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology

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     1. Engineering & Technology
         - Computer sciences

Print ISSN: 1823-1144
Publisher: Malaysian Educational Technology Association
Journal Website: http://pppjj.usm.my/mojit/

The Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology (MOJIT) is an international peer-review electronic journal that features reports on research findings, theoretical discussions and technical developments that contribute significantly to knowledge in the area of instructional technology. The issues presented reflect a debate on the wide range of relevant subjects, including the practical usage of technology for instruction, the theory of instructional design, an evaluation of instructional design, management of instructional technology and the future development of technology for instruction. This online format also allows for the incorporation of multimedia elements such as images, sound files and video clips. The content of the journal is potentially of interest to policy makers, administrators, academicians, teachers and students within the area of education and training. The journal is published electronically in April, August and December.

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