McGill Journal of Education / Revue des sciences de l'éducation de McGill

MJE promotes an international, multidisciplinary discussion of issues in the field of educational research, theory, and practice / La Revue des sciences de l'éducation de McGill favorise les échanges internationaux et plu­ridisciplinaires sur les sujets relevant de la recherche, de la théorie et de la pratique de l'éducation.

The MJE publishes three issues a year. Generally, two of those issues are regular issues for which we welcome submissions at all times. We also publish special issues; calls for papers appear below. / Le MJE publie trois numéros par année. En général deux de ceux-ci sont des numéros réguliers pour lesquels nous recevons les propositions d’article en tout temps. Nous publions aussi des numéros spéciaux dont les annonces paraissent ci-dessous.


Editorial Team / Équipe éditoriale : Teresa Strong-Wilson (Editor-in-Chief), Anila Asghar & Marc-André Ethier (Associate Editors)

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Vol 49, No 3 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Editorial / Éditorial

Éditorial / Editorial : Vol. 49 No. 3 PDF HTML
Teresa Strong-Wilson, Anila Asghar, Amarou Yoder

Articles / Les articles

MAPPING THE FIT BETWEEN RESEARCH AND MULTIMEDIA: A PODCAST EXPLORATION OF THE PLACE OF MULTIMEDIA WITHIN / AS SCHOLARSHIP PDF MP3
Ted Riecken
ON THE COMPLEXITY OF DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERAS IN / AS RESEARCH: PERSPECTIVES AND AGENCEMENTS PDF HTML
Francis Bangou
MOBILIZING KNOWLEDGE VIA DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING—IS THE ACADEMY READY? PDF HTML
Diana M. Petrarca, Janette M. Hughes
MOBILE(IZING) EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH: HISTORICAL LITERACY, M-LEARNING, AND TECHNOPOLITICS PDF HTML
Bryan Smith, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Julie Corrigan
A TALE OF TWO SITES: CELLPHONES, PARTICIPATORY VIDEO AND INDIGENEITY IN COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH PDF HTML
Joshua Schwab-Cartas, Claudia Mitchell
RESEARCHING PHOTOGRAPHIC PARTICIPATORY INQUIRY IN AN E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT PDF HTML
Kathryn Meyer Grushka, Aaron Bellette, Allyson Holbrook
BECOMING TEACHERS' LITTLE EPICS: WHAT DIGITAL STORYTELLING MIGHT REVEAL PDF HTML
Linda Radford, Avril Aitken
CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF VIDEO PRODUCTION IN TEACHER EDUCATION: CAN VIDEO PRODUCTION FOSTER COMMUNITY-ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP? PDF HTML
Kyung-Hwa Yang
“REFLECTING FORWARD” ON THE DIGITAL IN MULTIDIRECTIONAL MEMORY-WORK BETWEEN CANADA AND SOUTH AFRICA PDF HTML
Teresa Strong-Wilson, Claudia Mitchell, Connie Morrison, Linda Radford, Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan

Notes from the Field / Notes du terrain

USING INEXPENSIVE TECHNOLOGY AND MULTIMEDIA TO IMPROVE SCIENCE EDUCATION IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF NEPAL PDF HTML
Sujaya Neupane
STORYTELLING AND TRAUMA: REFLECTIONS ON “NOW I SEE IT”, A DIGITAL STORYTELLING PROJECT AND EXHIBITION IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NATIVE WOMEN’S SHELTER OF MONTREAL PDF HTML
Rachel Deutsch, Leah Woolner, Carol-Lynne Byington

The MJE Forum / Le Forum RSÉM

PEER-REVIEWER ROUND TABLE RESPONSE TO TED RIECKEN’S SCHOLARLY PODCAST, “MAPPING THE FIT BETWEEN RESEARCH AND MULTIMEDIA: A PODCAST EXPLORATION OF THE PLACE OF MULTIMEDIA WITHIN / AS SCHOLARSHIP” PDF HTML
Carl Leggo, Anthony Paré, Ted Riecken

Miscellaneous

Volume 49 Number 3: Cover PDF
 
Volume 49 Number 3: Masthead PDF
 


ISSN: 1916-0666