Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy - Association for Visual Pedagogies
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About the Journal

Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy (VJEP) owned by AVP is a fully Open Access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online, ensuring maximum, worldwide dissemination of content, in exchange for an Article Publication Charge.
It aims also to provide a research forum for the production of video articles to facilitate video data collection, production and analysis. The journal aims to develop integrated visual approaches to educational research and practitioner knowledge in order to encourage innovation and to establish new research frontiers in education.

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All article submissions should be made to Rene Novak our Editorial Manager

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Call for Papers: 

Urban Film-making and Pedagogies of Noncompliance:

Posthuman ecologies and the re-imagining of urban life

 Guest Editors: David Rousell (RMIT University) and Laura Trafi-Prats (Manchester Metropolitan University)

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Call for Papers: 

Visuality design in and for education

Guest Editors: Åsta Birkeland, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences;  Liv Torunn Grindheim, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences; Chang Liu, East China Normal University.

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Professor E. Jayne White is Professor at Canterbury University in Chrsitchurch, New Zealand and II Professor at Western Norway University. As President of AVP, Editor-in-Chief of the Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy. Jayne’s life-long interest is in the infinite promise of video in education in revisioning pedagogies.

Jayne White


Rene is a published PhD candidate with his thesis focusing on developing new methodologies to study the importance of play involving modern digital technology, namely Virtual Reality, as a tool and a method.

Rene Novak

Editorial Manager

David is Visiting Research Fellow in the Education and Social Research Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University, and a Senior Lecturer in Creative Education at RMIT. David has a background as a sculpture and installation artist, and has taught visual art practice, history, and theory in secondary schools and in higher education.

David Rousell


Natasa’s research interest broadly tackles educational futures as linked to challenges and complexities of material, digital and social futures, via interdisciplinary approaches and theories.

Natasa Lackovic


Kirsten is Associate Dean Teaching & Learning in Faculty of Education & Social Work at the University of Auckland and lectures in philosophy of education and sociology of education.

Kirsten Locke

Associate Editors:

  • George Lazaroiu, Institute of Smart Big Data Analytics, New York
  • Birthe Lund, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Elin Eriksen √ėdegaard,¬†Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
  • John O‚ÄôNeill,¬†Massey University, New Zealand
  • Neal Haslem,¬†RMIT University, Australia
  • Petar Jandrińá, Zagreb University of Applied Sciences, Croatia
  • Fiona Westbrook, RMIT University, Australia
  • Sheena Elwick, Charles Sturt University, Australia

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International Review Board:

  • Avis Ridgway, Monash University, Australia;¬†
  • Bridgette Redder,¬†Te Rito Maioha, New Zealand;
  • Dai-Rong Wu, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan;
  • Dawn Mannay, Cardiff University, UK;
  • Deirdre Le Fevre, University of Auckland, New Zealand;
  • Jacob Davidsen,¬†Aalborg University, Denmark;
  • Jodie Hunter, Massey University, New Zealand;¬†
  • Joff Bradley,¬†Teikyo University, Japan;
  • Kwok Kuen Tsang,¬†Beijing Normal University, China;
  • Lihua Xu,¬†Deakin University, Australia;
  • Linda Knight, RMIT University, Australia;
  • Louise Phillips, University of Queensland, Australia;
  • Marnie Fisher,¬†Chapman University, USA;
  • Michael Gaffney,¬†University of Otago, New Zealand;
  • Penny Bryan, Chapman University, USA;¬†
  • Sarah Hayes,¬†University of Wolverhampton, UK;
  • Sarah Pink,¬†Monash University, Australia;
  • Sean Sturm,¬†University of Auckland, New Zealand

The journal recently received news from the Content Selection Advisory Board that the Open Access Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy has now been accepted for inclusion in Scopus.

This outcome is based on the following assessments:

  • The journal consistently includes articles that are scientifically sound and relevant to an international academic or professional audience in this field.
  • The journal has scholarly relevance as evidenced by citations in other journals currently covered by¬†Scopus.
  • In general, the content of the articles is consistent with the scope and aims of the journal.
  • Although the scope of this journal is narrow, it addresses the need of an important niche audience

The journal focuses on scholarship across all forms of education and pedagogy, containing a strong video/visual component. The video/visual component must be integrated – either as a methodology, an innovation in terms of the way data were collected or utilised for pedagogical purposes, a philosophical contribution, or in terms of the results that are shown. Our ambition, with the aid of Scopus methodologies, is to bolster the impact, performance, rank and reputation of VJEP as the first-ever scholarly journal of its kind.

We welcome inquiries across all aspects of education and pedagogy ‚Äď in their broadest sense.