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Dr. Jin-Oh Kim (Kwangwoon University, Korea(Rep. of))


  The International Journal of Robots, Education and Art is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original papers on the whole spectrum of research work that discusses the theory, practices, interdisciplinary issues and innovations about robots, educational technology, and creative art. The journal also focuses on innovative ideas and scholarly research in curriculum and pedagogy, educational policy, cross-cultural studies, and informal learning that can inform the design of new learning environments. With a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, the journal welcomes papers within specific domains such as the convergence of art and science with robots, as well as on critical pedagogical issues such as new cultures of learning, emerging technologies for teaching and learning, and ideas for future learning environments. The journal features empirical research about all aspects of educational robots, educational technologies, and creative arts. Comprehensive literature reviews and theoretical pieces with thought-provoking ideas can be considered for publication within the scope and purpose of the journal.

  All manuscripts submitted to the journal will undergo a rigorous peer review process with initial editor screening and blind review by at least two anonymous reviewers.


  The Journal of Robots, Education and Art invites new and original submissions addressing theoretical and practical topics and their applications to the fields, Topics include (but not limited to the following):
  • Topic 1: Hands-on Robot, User Created Robots
  • Topic 2: Innovative Educational Technology
  • Topic 3: Interdisciplinary Arts
  • Topic 4: Policy and Governance of Robots, Education and Art
  While research on educational robots in the broad field of educational technology have been emerging more recently, users created robots have received relatively more attention all over the world. We believe that this journal is a valuable academic platform for the community of researchers and industries with diversed disciplines to contribute ideas about the future of educational technology and arts.

  For more details, Please see the scope of the IJREA at