Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is LearnTechLib?
LearnTechLib is a valuable online resource of peer-reviewed and published international journal articles and proceedings papers on the latest research, developments, and applications related to all aspects of Learning and Technology.
Also, serveral journals and conference proceedings are exclusively covered only in LearnTechLib. For example, this includes all AACE internationally respected journals and conference proceedings. Back issues and proceedings are continually being added.
Who has access to LearnTechLib?
All users may access and fully search LearnTechLib. To access the full text articles, you need to be a current individual subscriber of the journal being accessed or a subscriber of EdITLib.
How can I subscribe to LearnTechLib?
Current AACE members have the option of adding a subscription to LearnTechLib to their membership. You may add a subscription to your membership by logging into your membership profile at: http://www.aace.org/subs
Non AACE members may subscribe to LearnTechLib and receive additional benefits as an AACE member. For further information and to subscribe, see:
How can my institution or library subscribe to LearnTechLib?
Annual subscriptions to LearnTechLib are very affordable for Institutions, Libraries, Corporations, and Consortia. For further information and to subscribe, see:
Can I submit papers for inclusion in LearnTechLib?
LearnTechLib only includes peer-reviewed materials. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the specifics on your papers.
As conference organizers, how can we include our presenters' paper in LearnTechLib?
If you represent a conference and wish to include your presenters' papers in LearnTechLib please email info@LearnTechLib.org, preferably prior to the submission of papers to the conference. Most authors should view international distribution of their papers via LearnTechLib as an additional benefit offered by the conference.
May our lecturers include sections of or full-text articles downloaded from your online package in printed coursepacks for students? - YES
May we scan full-text articles downloaded from your online package onto our password-protected e-learning platforms, e.g. SAKAI? – YES
May lecturers download full-text articles from your Course Packs and distribute them to students via an USB stick or via email? YES
May lecturers provide students with a list of titles and URL links to articles in your Course Packs either in print or electronically? YES
May copies of articles from your online package be converted into Braille or other alternative format for visually-impaired staff/students? YES