Membership in ICEM also includes subscription to Educational Media International, which is·ICEM’s refereed academic journal published by Routlege (Taylor & Francis) and is issued quarterly. It is covered by the British Education Index; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA), Research into higher Education Abstracts; ERIC; EBSCO host; and Proquest Information and Learning.

Aims & Scope
Educational media has made a considerable impact on schools, colleges and providers of open and distance education. This journal provides an international forum for the exchange of information and views on new developments in educational and mass media. Contributions are drawn from academics and professionals whose ideas and experiences come from a number of countries and contexts.·Priority is given to papers that reveal novel concepts of broad interest to the educational media community. We place a strong emphasis on educational media production, distribution, and use, and interdisciplinary research that reflects the diversity of the educational technology profession. We also publish articles and seek to stimulate research in emerging educational media areas, such as those created by globalization, technology developments, public policy shifts, future trends, and innovation.

Abstracting & Indexing
Educational Media International is covered by the British Education Index; Contents Pages in Education; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); Research into Higher Education Abstracts; ERIC; EBSCOhost; and Proquest Information and Learning.

ICEM is undergoing a process of expanding its board of reviewers. Interested individuals should send a brief bio/CV and a note to the Editor-in-Chief, Hannah R. Gerber, Ph.D. via email at hrg004@shsu.edu.

Hannah R. Gerber &  Sandra Schamroth Abrams
Editors-in-Chief,·Educational Media International
Published by Taylor and Francis