Frontiers of Digital Education (English), a journal overseen by China’s Ministry of Education (MOE) and distributed internationally by Springer Nature, was launched Jan. 31 at the 2024 World Digital Education Conference (WDEC) in Shanghai. The new journal is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Social Sciences of the MOE, the China Education Publishing & Media Group, Higher Education Press, and Springer Nature.
During the launch ceremony, Feng Yunsheng, Chairman of the China Education Publishing & Media Group, gave a speech outlining the founding purpose, basic vision, and goals of the journal. Additionally, experts and scholars from the United Nations, China, the United States, Germany, Denmark, and the United Kingdom sent video congratulatory messages.
Frontiers of Digital Education (English) is a quarterly journal in English. Members of its advisory and editorial boards come from various countries, including China, the United States, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Mongolia, and more. The journal is dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the realm of digital technology and education. Its primary objective is to uncover patterns in the development of digital education policy, examine important research topics, and address significant obstacles in digital education. Areas of focus will include the use of artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and virtual reality in education; data analytics and learning analytics; online and blended learning; mobile learning and micro-learning; digital equity; and educational inclusion.