"At the American Public University System, the success of a project to update the Internet Learning Journal — a peer-reviewed scholarly journal focused on research and advancements in online learning — with rich media and interactive elements has inspired a new initiative: APUS is building out state-of-the-art course applications to accompany the traditional LMS-based courses that serve more than 100,000 APUS students."
Click HERE to read the full interview with Phil Ice, VP of Research and Development and Melissa Layne, Director of Research Methodology and Executive Editor of the Internet Learning Journal about the initiative with Campus Technology.
European Policy Analysis (EPA) is a double blind peer-reviewed journal on policy research with an emphasis on European countries, issues and studies (and/or) which follows a comparative approach (and/or) which contributes to the theoretical understanding of policy research under the aegis of the Policy Studies Organization (PSO). It appears twice a year, in spring and in fall, as online, e-book and print version. General editors are Nils C. Bandelow (Braunschweig/Germany), Peter Biegelbauer (Wien/Austria), Fritz Sager (Bern/Switzerland) and Klaus Schubert (Münster/Germany). Please visit http://www.ipsonet.org/publications/open-access/epa for more information about the journal.
EPA invites previously unpublished papers and quality articles that fall within its scope. We are especially interested in survey articles that present the European state-of-the-art for major theoretical or practical concepts of policy analysis such as “Institutions”, “Policy Learning”, “Evaluation”, “Policy Advice”, “Advocacy Coalition Framework in the European Context”, “Multiple Streams Approach in the European Context”, “Punctuated Equilibrium Theory in the European Context”, “Programmatic Actors”, “Actor-centered Institutionalism”, “Multi-Level Policy-Making in the European Context” and other similar contributions. We also invite overviews on regional perspectives on public policy in Europe ranging from country reports (e.g. “Policy Analysis in France”, “Policy Analysis in Russia”, “Policy Analysis in Slovenia”) to regional ones (e.g., Policy Analysis in the Baltic Countries”) and similar contributions.