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Education Journals for buisness

•Journal of Business education •Journal of International Education in Business •Journal of Management and Business Education •Journal for advancing business education •Journal of financial education •Entrepreneurship education •Journal of Entrepreneurship education •Journal of Marketing Education •Marketing Education Review •Journal of HR Education •Management in Education •BERJ •BERA (association with its own journals ) •IRODL •Journal … Continue reading “Education Journals for buisness”

Digital strategy in secondary education: going forward or moving backwards ?

Following lockdowns in 2020 due to Covid-19, schools needed to find a way to ensure the education of their pupils. In order to do this, they engaged in digital learning, to varying extents. Innovations emanated from all school staff including for example: teachers, leaders,  and teaching assistants. Some were already innovating in this area and … Continue reading “Digital strategy in secondary education: going forward or moving backwards ?”

Publishing in journals : Guidance from Keynote: The University of Birmingham Business School 080922.

Introduction Submitting to an education journal for the first time is a nervewracking business. Here are a few guidelines that you can use as a checklist before submitting. It is also always a good idea to get a colleague or supervisor to look over your paper. Better to correct early than to get rejected and … Continue reading “Publishing in journals : Guidance from Keynote: The University of Birmingham Business School 080922.”

Leading online learning: Out of crisis comes opportunity

Strategic management of online learning during Covid and beyond. Dr Jacqueline Baxter is Associate Professor in Public Policy and Management and Director for the Centre of Innovation in Online Business and Legal Education (SCILAB). She is Principal Fellow of The Higher Education Academy, Fellow of The Academy of Social Sciences and Elected Council Member of … Continue reading “Leading online learning: Out of crisis comes opportunity”

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