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.
Funding schemes to subsidise APC’s (Author Publishing Charges):

Option 1: If you are an enterprise partner, your APC will be paid by your institution as part of an consortia agreement with Brill.

Option 2: If you are not an consortia partner and not an AVP member, you will be invoiced for an APC of 700USD after you have been notified that your article has been accepted

Option 3: If you are not an consortia partner but are an AVP member, please apply to the Secretary for an AVP subsidy after you have been notified that your article has been accepted.

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

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Open Access at Brill: 

General Open Access Information

Brill is one of the largest Open Access publishers in the Humanities and Social Sciences. As an early adopter, starting in 2009, they have published 400 Open Access books, 25 full Open Access journals and hundreds of Open Access articles. It is their ambition to make Open Access publishing possible to authors anywhere in the world, regardless of background or budget. Funding supportinstitutional agreements, and helping researchers comply with research funder Open Access requirements are at the heart of their Open Access program.

Call for Papers: 

Re-sponse(able) Visual Ethics: A special topic for Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy

Co-editors: Jayne White (AVP), Dean Sutherland (UC) & Marek Tesar (PESA)

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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


Dr. Rene Novak completed his PhD 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. He has published a number of articles in this field.

Rene Novak

Editorial Manager

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


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


Joff is Professor of English and Philosophy in the Faculty and Graduate School of Foreign Languages at Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan. He is visiting professor at Jamia Millia Islamia (University), New Delhi, India, and a visiting fellow at Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea.

Joff Bradley


Fabien Schultz is an ethnopharmacologist at Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany and a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Emory University in Atlanta, USA. His interdisciplinary research focuses on the documentation of traditional medicinal plant and insect use in Uganda, Burkina Faso, Morocco and Germany, as well as pharmacological studies and early-stage drug discovery. As a member of The Explorers Club, his recent projects also include working with wildlife, such as investigating self-medication behavior in wild chimpanzees and mountain gorillas.

Fabien Schultz