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Scope, Paper type, Format

Format for Body:

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Paper Types:

  We welcome all kinds of the papers, reports and articles which can give meaningful information to other authors/members.
  • Original Research papers
  • Technical Reports
  • Technical Articles
  • Surveys and/or Analysis of the New Trends
We invite you to submit a paper should be written at least 6 pages (except "References") in the journal Format.

Scope and Topics

  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.

  Research areas relevant to the journal include, but are not limited to:
  • Topic 1: Hands-on Robot, User Created Robots
  • - Robot Education for Constructionism, Creativity, Empathy, Problem Finding and Solving, Robot Storytelling, etc.
    - Technology and Infrastructure for User Created Robots
    - Human Factors through User Created Robots
    - Educational Curriculum/Programs/Infrastructures/Systems using Robotics in Schools
    - Educational STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Research using Robotics in Schools
    - Implementation and Evaluation of Educational Programs using Robots
    - Innovative Robotic Applications in Schools

  • Topic 2: Innovative Educational Technology
  • - Innovative Educational Technologies such as Augmented Reality, Mobile Learning, New Media & Technology, Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Robotics, etc.
    - Educational Issues on Technology such as Human-Computer Interaction, Children-Robot Interaction
    - Human Factor in Application of Innovative Educational Technology
    - Educational Programs/Infrastructures/Systems using Innovative Educational Technology in Schools
    - Robot Assisted Learning : Language Learning with Tele-presence Robots, Assistive use of Robot in Special Education, etc.

  • Topic 3: Interdisciplinary Arts
  • - Interdisciplinary Issues and innovations on Art
    - Art Robots and Robot application in Art fields
    - Technology and Artistic Issues of using Robotics for Art
    - Human factor in Application of Robotics into Education and Art fields
    - Art Programs/Contents/Infrastructures/Systems using Robotics in Schools
    - Theory or Applications of Design and Evaluation Process
    - Political Analysis of Visual Art and Material Representation from a variety of Theoretical Perspectives
    - Antiquity to Contemporary Art Practice in Education or Robots

  • Topic 4: Policy and Governance of Robots, Education and Art
  • - Policy, Governance and Industry Related to Fusion of Robots, Education and Art
    - Policy Frameworks, Planning, and Analyses in Robots, Education, and Art
    - Comparsion of Governance, Infrastructure, Culture, and Diversity of Robots, Education, and Art
    - Robots, Education, and Arts-Industry Partnerships
    - Industrial Status or Strategy of Robots, Education, and Art