IARTEM e-Journal ISSN 1837-2104

A peer reviewed journal Published by the International Association for Research on Textbooks and Educational Media

email: Michael Horsley, Jesús Rodríguez and Tânia Braga Garcia

Recent Articles

The articles below comprise Volume 6 Number 1 of the IARTEM e-Journal published January 2014

Editorial Volume 6 No 1

Hodkinson, Alan (2014). 'Safe spaces' - Electronic media, the internet, and the representation of disability. IARTEM e-Journal 6 (1) 1 - 20 (Abstract) (Article)

Darani, Ahmadi Parviz and Talebinejad, Mohammad Reza (2014). Evaluation of in-House and global ESP textbooks: A Genre-Based approach. IARTEM e-Journal 6 (1) 21 - 37 (Abstract) (Article)

Keith, Becky., Sloas, Stacey, B., Mooney., Melody, & Norris, Tracie. (2014). Readability of PTA textbooks and reading comprehension rates of PTA students. IARTEM e-Journal 6 (1) 38 - 47 (Abstract) (Article)

Ambrosetti, Angelina (2014). Teaching and learning materials utilised in professional development for mentor teachers. IARTEM e-Journal 6 (1) 49 - 63 (Abstract) (Article)

The articles below comprise Volume 5 Number 2 of the IARTEM e-Journal published April 2013

Editorial Volume 5 No 2

Pudas, Anna-Kaisa (2013).Investigating possibilities to develop textbooks to implement global education in basic education instruction. IARTEM e-Journal 5 (2) 1 - 22 (Abstract) (Article)

Alemi, Minoo & Rezanezhad, Atefeh (2013). Academic Word List: Coverage Range in Local/Global Textbooks and Exploring Effective Ways of Teaching and Testing of AWL. IARTEM e-Journal 5 (2) 23 - 41 (Abstract) (Article)

Alemi, Minoo, Jahangard, Ali, & Hesami, Zahra (2013). A Comparison of Two Global ELT Course books in Terms of Their Task Types. IARTEM e-Journal 5 (2) 42 - 63 (Abstract) (Article)

Reichenberg, Monica (2013). Are "reader-friendly" texts always better? IARTEM e-Journal 5 (2) 64 - 82 (Abstract) (Article)

The next Volume of the IARTEM eJournal (Volume 6 Number 2) will
be published in April 2014. All papers submitted to the IARTEM e-Journal are reviewed by two referees in a blind peer review system. Intending authors should submit their papers to the editors six months prior to publication date. In addition, the IARTEM eJournal will be published in multiple languages and with abstracts in multiple languages.

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