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TechTrends

Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning A publication of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology

Editor-in-Chief: Charles B. Hodges

ISSN: 8756-3894 (print version)
ISSN: 1559-7075 (electronic version)

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TechTrends

General 

TechTrends is a publication for professionals and seeks authoritative articles that focus on the practical applications of technology in education and training.
TechTrends considers manuscripts of the following types:
1. Reports of innovative and/or exemplary practice.
2. General articles discussing matters of concern to practitioners.
3. Critical reviews of important literature, materials, and devices related to the field.
4. Summaries of research translated into practical application.
5. Reports of developmental programs and trends of national and international significance.
6. News of the latest products, both materials and devices, for use in the field.
7. Articles of use to managers and various specializations within the general educational communications and technology field.
We do not accept manuscripts unless they are idea or application pieces grounded in the professional literature and/or research, or they are descriptions of products from the perspective of reflective design practice. News releases are reviewed by the departments editor and used at the discretion of the departments editor.
TechTrends is a peer-reviewed publication, and submitted manuscripts are reviewed without bias by a panel of consulting editors and other professionals with expertise in the topics presented in the manuscripts. Any manuscript considered appropriate is reviewed anonymously. Reviewers are asked to provide detailed comments for the author(s), and these comments are reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief before the final review is sent to the author(s).
Authors submitting manuscripts for consideration are advised that if the submitted manuscript varies considerably with regard to the following guidelines, it will be returned before review.

Writing Style 

  • Length
Your manuscript should be approximately 4000-6000 words in length for regular articles and 1000-1500 words for ID Portfolio submissions. The abstract of your manuscript should be approximately150 words.
  • Formatting style
Your manuscript submitted for publication must conform to The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) 6th Edition, except where differences are noted in the TechTrends Editorial Style Guidelines.
Please submit your manuscript in Word or RTF (Rich Text Format) format, double-spaced, with 1 inch on the left, right, top and bottom margins, and font set to either Times New Roman or Arial 12 points. Indent the first line of every paragraph using the tab key, which should be set at five to seven spaces or ½ in. Be sure to include the page number on each page. Do not format your manuscript for layout; if you have special requests for layout (sidebars, or requests to place tables in certain proximity to text) insert those requests in the manuscript on a separate line, centered and enclosed in square brackets, for example:
[PLACE FIGURE 2 ABOUT HERE]
For your submission, place the title at the center of the first page, which is separate from the body of the text. The title is followed by the author's name and contact information (affiliation, email address, phone number, mailing address). If there is more than one author, please list the names on separate lines in the order they are to appear.
On your manuscript, the running head, which is an abbreviated title printed at the top of the pages, should be typed flush left (all uppercase) following the words "Running head:" on the line below the manuscript page header. It should be a maximum of 50 characters, counting letters, punctuation, and spaces between words.
Keywords or short phrases, include 3-10, in alphabetical order should be placed on the title page.
An abstract, which summarizes your manuscript, should be placed after the title page and before the body of the text.
  • Copies for submission
You may make a submission to TechTrends either by email or paper mail. Please note that "paper submissions" must also be accompanied by electronic files. CDROM is preferred for electronic files that you mail to us. Addresses for either type of submission are listed below.
A. Electronic submissions should include the following items:
1) the manuscript in a Rich Text Format (.rtf) file or as a Microsoft® Word® file;
2) a separate file of figures, tables, or graphics to illustrate your manuscript; (The optimal resolution for submitting graphics is 300 dpi. They must be scanned, created, or saved in .jpg, .tif or .png format. With few exceptions graphics saved at less than 150 dpi cannot be used in TechTrends.)
3) captions for figures, tables and graphics;
4) a brief biographical paragraph for the author(s).
Electronic submissions may be made via email to the Editor-in-Chief. Files should be sent as attachments in Word -readable format, or as web links to downloadable files (NOT PDF). Image files should be sent or linked separately from the primary manuscript, not embedded in the manuscript.
B. Paper submissions made on paper should be printed on 8.5 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) paper, printed on one side only. Paper submissions must be accompanied by disk copy of the manuscript and any required image files.
  • Tables, figures and graphics
Tables and figures must be in a file separate from the manuscript.
Each table must appear each on a separate page at the end of your manuscript. Do not embed tables in the text of the manuscript. Provide titles and captions for Tables on a separate page.
Figures should be professionally rendered. The Figure Captions page is the final numbered page of the paper. Captions should be typed with their numbers, double-spaced. Figures that follow the Figure Captions page do not have page numbers or the running head.
If you have reproduced or adapted your figure from a copyrighted source, you must obtain written permission for print and electronic reuse from the copyright holder and give credit in the figure caption to the original author and copyright holder.
Appendices should also include a brief biographical paragraph for the author(s). We do not publish authors' photographs.
  • Manuscript style
• Headings
The three levels of headings in APA journals are formatted as follows:
Centered Uppercase and Lowercase Heading
Flush left and lowercase side heading
Italicized, lowercase paragraph heading
• Footnotes
Footnotes are not used in TechTrends.
• Direct in-text citation
Direct in-text citation should be followed by the source of the quotation (author, year, specific page of the source of citation) so the reader of the article will be able to locate the referenced material.
• References
A bibliography should be titled "References." It contains a complete list of the works cited in the text. If the author is recommending works not cited in the text, a separate list of Recommended Readings should be included.

Revising and Resubmitting Manuscript 

After you receive the editor's notification and comments regarding the status and quality of your paper, please reply to indicate when you plan to resubmit your revised manuscript.
When you are addressing the reviewers' comments in revising your manuscript, please highlight the changes you are making, using underlining or the character shading feature in the Microsoft® Word® tool bar.
In the meantime, attach to your letter of resubmission a list of your changes you have made in response to the reviewers' comments. In the list, include the page numbers in your new manuscript, where necessary and appropriate, on which you have made the requested changes.

Copyright 

If your manuscript is accepted for publication in TechTrends, you will be asked to sign a standard publication form that permits us to edit the article to conform to our style and format. This form also assigns to TechTrends the copyright to your article. You will also confirm that the manuscript is original and has not been submitted, accepted, or published elsewhere.

Submissions and Queries 

Online Manuscript Submission
Authors should submit their manuscripts online. Electronic submission substantially reduces the editorial processing and reviewing times and shortens overall publication times. Please connect directly to the site: http://tech.edmgr.com and upload all of your manuscript files following the instructions given on the screen.

TechTrends Editorial Style 

For more details on editorial style guidelines, see The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition (APA style). Use APA guidelines except where they differ from this style guide.
  • Acronyms & abbreviations
If a word or group of words (with acr/abb) appears three or more times in an article, the following option is available: spell out the words and enclose the acronym in parentheses the first time the word(s) appear; the acronym can then be used in the rest of the article. If the acronym is to be used at all, this option must be used.
  • Author contact
TechTrends does not print author contact information without the written permission of the author. Including this information in your bio constitutes written permission.
  • Capitalization
We try to avoid capitalization. For example: John Doe is an assistant professor in the bioethics programs at the University of Missouri.
  • Comma use between elements
In a series of three or more items, do not use a comma before the word "and" or before the word "or" preceding the last item in the series. NOTE: This guideline differs from APA style.
  • Fractions
* Fractions (common): one third
* Fractions (specific): statistical, measurement, formula or mathematical use figures, e.g. 2/5.
  • Graphics
The optimal resolution for saving graphics is 300 dpi. 150 dpi may be acceptable if the image is saved as a "highest quality" jpg, or a TIF file.
  • Numbers
Spell out 1-10 and use numerals thereafter.
  • Online periodicals
If you have only viewed the electronic form of an article which has a print source, you should add in brackets after the article title "Electronic version."
Example:
Deubel, P. (2003). An investigation of behaviorist and cognitive approaches to instructional multimedia design [Electronic version]. "Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia", 12(1), 63-90.
If you are referencing an online article, you will need to add the date you retrieved the document and the URL.
Example:
U.S. Department of Education. (2002). Preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology (PT3) Program. Retrieved April 15, 2004, from http://www.ed.gov/teachtech/faqs.html
  • Periodicals in reference lists
Italicize the titles of periodicals and volume numbers. Do not use Vol. before the number. Do not italicize issue and page numbers. Use parenthesis to set off issue numbers. Example: "Harvard Educational Review", 61(4), 393-416.
  • Spacing
Single spacing after periods.
  • Spelling
Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th edition.
  • Tables and figures
Tables display information in two-column formats or more.
Figures are line art, photographs, pictures, screen captures, or other types of graphics. The optimal resolution for submitting graphics is 300 dpi. Do not include captions and titles of figures and tables directly in the figure or table. List them separately.
  • Titles of books, periodicals and published software titles
Italics (no underlining or bolding). Capitalize only the first word of the title and of the subtitle, if any, and any proper nouns.
  • URLs and website
Do not use linking or underlining.
  • Word capitalization and punctuation for selected terms
e-learning, the Internet, internet, online, U.S., web, website, web-based, the World Wide Web, email, web page

English Language Editing 

For editors and reviewers to accurately assess the work presented in your manuscript you need to ensure the English language is of sufficient quality to be understood. If you need help with writing in English you should consider:
  • Asking a colleague who is a native English speaker to review your manuscript for clarity.
  • Visiting the English language tutorial which covers the common mistakes when writing in English.
  • Using a professional language editing service where editors will improve the English to ensure that your meaning is clear and identify problems that require your review. Two such services are provided by our affiliates Nature Research Editing Service and American Journal Experts. Springer authors are entitled to a 10% discount on their first submission to either of these services, simply follow the links below.
Please note that the use of a language editing service is not a requirement for publication in this journal and does not imply or guarantee that the article will be selected for peer review or accepted.
If your manuscript is accepted it will be checked by our copyeditors for spelling and formal style before publication.

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如果您的稿件被接受,在发表之前,我们的文字编辑会检查您的文稿拼写是否规范以及文体是否正式。

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Research Data Policy 

The journal encourages authors, where possible and applicable, to deposit data that support the findings of their research in a public repository. Authors and editors who do not have a preferred repository should consult Springer Nature’s list of repositories and research data policy.
General repositories - for all types of research data - such as figshare and Dryad may also be used.
Datasets that are assigned digital object identifiers (DOIs) by a data repository may be cited in the reference list. Data citations should include the minimum information recommended by DataCite: authors, title, publisher (repository name), identifier.
Springer Nature provides a research data policy support service for authors and editors, which can be contacted at researchdata@springernature.com.
This service provides advice on research data policy compliance and on finding research data repositories. It is independent of journal, book and conference proceedings editorial offices and does not advise on specific manuscripts.

Ethical Responsibilities of Authors 

This journal is committed to upholding the integrity of the scientific record. As a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) the journal will follow the COPE guidelines on how to deal with potential acts of misconduct.
Authors should refrain from misrepresenting research results which could damage the trust in the journal, the professionalism of scientific authorship, and ultimately the entire scientific endeavour. Maintaining integrity of the research and its presentation can be achieved by following the rules of good scientific practice, which include:
  • The manuscript has not been submitted to more than one journal for simultaneous consideration.
  • The manuscript has not been published previously (partly or in full), unless the new work concerns an expansion of previous work (please provide transparency on the re-use of material to avoid the hint of text-recycling (“self-plagiarism”)).
  • A single study is not split up into several parts to increase the quantity of submissions and submitted to various journals or to one journal over time (e.g. “salami-publishing”).
  • No data have been fabricated or manipulated (including images) to support your conclusions
  • No data, text, or theories by others are presented as if they were the author’s own (“plagiarism”). Proper acknowledgements to other works must be given (this includes material that is closely copied (near verbatim), summarized and/or paraphrased), quotation marks are used for verbatim copying of material, and permissions are secured for material that is copyrighted.
    Important note: the journal may use software to screen for plagiarism.
  • Consent to submit has been received explicitly from all co-authors, as well as from the responsible authorities - tacitly or explicitly - at the institute/organization where the work has been carried out, before the work is submitted.
  • Authors whose names appear on the submission have contributed sufficiently to the scientific work and therefore share collective responsibility and accountability for the results.
  • Authors are strongly advised to ensure the correct author group, corresponding author, and order of authors at submission. Changes of authorship or in the order of authors are not accepted after acceptance of a manuscript.
  • Adding and/or deleting authors and/or changing the order of authors at revision stage may be justifiably warranted. A letter must accompany the revised manuscript to explain the reason for the change(s) and the contribution role(s) of the added and/or deleted author(s). Further documentation may be required to support your request.
  • Requests for addition or removal of authors as a result of authorship disputes after acceptance are honored after formal notification by the institute or independent body and/or when there is agreement between all authors.
  • Upon request authors should be prepared to send relevant documentation or data in order to verify the validity of the results. This could be in the form of raw data, samples, records, etc. Sensitive information in the form of confidential proprietary data is excluded.
If there is a suspicion of misconduct, the journal will carry out an investigation following the COPE guidelines. If, after investigation, the allegation seems to raise valid concerns, the accused author will be contacted and given an opportunity to address the issue. If misconduct has been established beyond reasonable doubt, this may result in the Editor-in-Chief’s implementation of the following measures, including, but not limited to:
  • If the article is still under consideration, it may be rejected and returned to the author.
  • If the article has already been published online, depending on the nature and severity of the infraction, either an erratum will be placed with the article or in severe cases complete retraction of the article will occur. The reason must be given in the published erratum or retraction note. Please note that retraction means that the paper is maintained on the platform, watermarked "retracted" and explanation for the retraction is provided in a note linked to the watermarked article.
  • The author’s institution may be informed.

Compliance with Ethical Standards 

To ensure objectivity and transparency in research and to ensure that accepted principles of ethical and professional conduct have been followed, authors should include information regarding sources of funding, potential conflicts of interest (financial or non-financial), informed consent if the research involved human participants, and a statement on welfare of animals if the research involved animals.
Authors should include the following statements (if applicable) in a separate section entitled “Compliance with Ethical Standards” when submitting a paper:
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  • Research involving Human Participants and/or Animals
  • Informed consent
Please note that standards could vary slightly per journal dependent on their peer review policies (i.e. single or double blind peer review) as well as per journal subject discipline. Before submitting your article check the instructions following this section carefully.
The corresponding author should be prepared to collect documentation of compliance with ethical standards and send if requested during peer review or after publication.
The Editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts that do not comply with the above-mentioned guidelines. The author will be held responsible for false statements or failure to fulfill the above-mentioned guidelines.

Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest 

Authors must disclose all relationships or interests that could influence or bias the work. Although an author may not feel there are conflicts, disclosure of relationships and interests affords a more transparent process, leading to an accurate and objective assessment of the work. Awareness of real or perceived conflicts of interests is a perspective to which the readers are entitled and is not meant to imply that a financial relationship with an organization that sponsored the research or compensation for consultancy work is inappropriate. Examples of potential conflicts of interests that are directly or indirectly related to the research may include but are not limited to the following:
  • Research grants from funding agencies (please give the research funder and the grant number)
  • Honoraria for speaking at symposia
  • Financial support for attending symposia
  • Financial support for educational programs
  • Employment or consultation
  • Support from a project sponsor
  • Position on advisory board or board of directors or other type of management relationships
  • Multiple affiliations
  • Financial relationships, for example equity ownership or investment interest
  • Intellectual property rights (e.g. patents, copyrights and royalties from such rights)
  • Holdings of spouse and/or children that may have financial interest in the work
In addition, interests that go beyond financial interests and compensation (non-financial interests) that may be important to readers should be disclosed. These may include but are not limited to personal relationships or competing interests directly or indirectly tied to this research, or professional interests or personal beliefs that may influence your research.
The corresponding author collects the conflict of interest disclosure forms from all authors. In author collaborations where formal agreements for representation allow it, it is sufficient for the corresponding author to sign the disclosure form on behalf of all authors. Examples of forms can be found
The corresponding author will include a summary statement on the title page that is separate from their manuscript, that reflects what is recorded in the potential conflict of interest disclosure form(s).
See below examples of disclosures:
Funding: This study was funded by X (grant number X).
Conflict of Interest: Author A has received research grants from Company A. Author B has received a speaker honorarium from Company X and owns stock in Company Y. Author C is a member of committee Z.
If no conflict exists, the authors should state:
Conflict of Interest: The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

Research involving human participants and/or animals 

1) Statement of human rights

When reporting studies that involve human participants, authors should include a statement that the studies have been approved by the appropriate institutional and/or national research ethics committee and have been performed in accordance with the ethical standards as laid down in the 1964 Declaration of Helsinki and its later amendments or comparable ethical standards.
If doubt exists whether the research was conducted in accordance with the 1964 Helsinki Declaration or comparable standards, the authors must explain the reasons for their approach, and demonstrate that the independent ethics committee or institutional review board explicitly approved the doubtful aspects of the study.
The following statements should be included in the text before the References section:
Ethical approval: “All procedures performed in studies involving human participants were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institutional and/or national research committee and with the 1964 Helsinki declaration and its later amendments or comparable ethical standards.”
For retrospective studies, please add the following sentence:
“For this type of study formal consent is not required.”

2) Statement on the welfare of animals

The welfare of animals used for research must be respected. When reporting experiments on animals, authors should indicate whether the international, national, and/or institutional guidelines for the care and use of animals have been followed, and that the studies have been approved by a research ethics committee at the institution or practice at which the studies were conducted (where such a committee exists).
For studies with animals, the following statement should be included in the text before the References section:
Ethical approval: “All applicable international, national, and/or institutional guidelines for the care and use of animals were followed.”
If applicable (where such a committee exists): “All procedures performed in studies involving animals were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institution or practice at which the studies were conducted.”
If articles do not contain studies with human participants or animals by any of the authors, please select one of the following statements:
“This article does not contain any studies with human participants performed by any of the authors.”
“This article does not contain any studies with animals performed by any of the authors.”
“This article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the authors.”

Informed consent 

All individuals have individual rights that are not to be infringed. Individual participants in studies have, for example, the right to decide what happens to the (identifiable) personal data gathered, to what they have said during a study or an interview, as well as to any photograph that was taken. Hence it is important that all participants gave their informed consent in writing prior to inclusion in the study. Identifying details (names, dates of birth, identity numbers and other information) of the participants that were studied should not be published in written descriptions, photographs, and genetic profiles unless the information is essential for scientific purposes and the participant (or parent or guardian if the participant is incapable) gave written informed consent for publication. Complete anonymity is difficult to achieve in some cases, and informed consent should be obtained if there is any doubt. For example, masking the eye region in photographs of participants is inadequate protection of anonymity. If identifying characteristics are altered to protect anonymity, such as in genetic profiles, authors should provide assurance that alterations do not distort scientific meaning.
The following statement should be included:
Informed consent: “Informed consent was obtained from all individual participants included in the study.”
If identifying information about participants is available in the article, the following statement should be included:
“Additional informed consent was obtained from all individual participants for whom identifying information is included in this article.”

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