About the Journal

Since 1998, the biennial Networked Learning Conference has provided an opportunity to participate in a forum for the critical examination and analysis of research in networked learning – particularly in higher education and lifelong learning.

Networked learning has become a broader area of inquiry over the years, bringing together research in education and organisations spanning formal, informal, and technology-enhanced learning settings.

The conference is particularly concerned with:

  • critical perspectives 
  • theory
  • pedagogical values 
  • analysis
  • practice-based research
  • designs for learning 

The focus of the conference is research and practice that address relational aspects of learning; interplay between human beings; development with an emphasis on dialogical learning, collaborative and cooperative learning; and learning in social networks. Within the field of Networked Learning, we invite paper presentations, workshops, and round table discussions.