Author Guidelines

The Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Learning Technology, has been included in Emerging Sources Citation Index (, invites articles in the following sections::

    • Emerging Learning Technologies:
      • an article with up to 8 pages
      • the research outcome of learning technologies, including systems, tools, apps, etc.
      • need literature review and reference to support
      • no theoretical or concept only research would be accepted
    • Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI):
      • an article with up to 6 pages
      • to discuss the issues for minorities in STEM education and how the community deal with the matter.
    • Book & Report Reviews:
      • an article with up to 4 pages
      • reviewed books/reports need to be in English but no time restriction
    • Collaboration Opportunities:
      • an article with up to 4 pages
      • to talk about the research progress and stage outcome
      • need a section to clearly explain the collaborations they are looking for and detailed plan
      • no need to have literature review and reference (but could have)
    • Report from Developing Countries:
    • Event Info & Call for Event Host:
      • an article with 1 page
      • need to be related to learning/educational technologies
      • event could be a symposium/conference/workshop/webinar/tutorial
      • event just has learning/educational technologies as partial scope/topic is not eligible

For preparing your manuscript, please follow the IEEE guidelines and use this template. Please submit your manuscript to in Word format with the subject title “Bulletin Submission for [section]” (section indicates which section you would like to submit). All figures should be in high resolution and embedded in the main text..