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Technology, Knowledge and Learning

Technology, Knowledge and Learning

Impact Score 0.66


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Research Impact Score: 0.66
Impact Factor: 0
Citescore: 2.9
SCIMAGO H-index: 17
Research Ranking (Computer Science) 829
Number of Top scientists: 2
Documents by top scientists: 2

Journal Information

ISSN: 2211-1662
Publisher: Technology, Knowledge and Learning
Editors-in-Chief: Dirk Ifenthaler
Journal & Submission Website: https://www.springer.com/journal/10758

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Technology, Knowledge and Learning grants a forum for the publication of innovative research results in the quickly growing fields of General Computer Science . The publishing process for Technology, Knowledge and Learning is to publish novel original papers that have been extensively reviewed by competent scientific peers. The journal encourages submissions from the research community where attention will be on the novelty and the practical significance of the published findings.

Technology, Knowledge and Learning is covered by a variety abstracting/indexing services including Scopus, Journal Citation Reports ( Clarivate ) and Guide2Research. A number of renowned scholars considered this journal to publish their scholarly documents including Dragan Gasevic and Paolo Dario.

For further details on the instructions and submission provisions for authors, please see the official website for the journal for Technology, Knowledge and Learning at https://www.springer.com/journal/10758 .

Top Scientists who published in this Journal

Paolo Dario

Paolo Dario

Publications: 1

Dragan Gasevic

Dragan Gasevic

Publications: 1

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