In September 2004 the Queensland Journal of Educational Research merged with Issues in Educational Research. A full archive is now in development, to recognise and preserve the substantial contribution that QJER made to scholarly publishing of educational research in Australia, from its inception in 1985 until its final volume in 2003. The notes below are a part of the archival record and are not current advice about QJER or its publisher, QIER. For current advice please see [IIER Home]
Dr Graham S. Maxwell, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland
Mr Neil Cranston, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology
Dr J. Joy Cumming, Faculty of Education, Griffith University
Dr Ian Macpherson, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Beverley Moriarty, Faculty of Education, Central Queensland University
Dr Janet Taylor, Office of Prep. & Ac. Support, U. of Southern Queensland
Nigel Maxwell, Sannie Pritchard
Queensland Journal of Educational Research (formerly called Queensland Researcher) is an international refereed journal covering all forms of research, scholarship and enquiry on educational theories, issues and practices.
The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for publishing the results of all forms of disciplined enquiry in education, critical analysis and debate on research issues and research outcomes, and advancement of greater understanding of educational issues and effects among educational researchers and educational practitioners.
All correspondence, and manuscripts for consideration, should be addressed to: Dr G. S. Maxwell, Editor, Queensland Journal of Educational Research, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 4072 [Fax-Australia: (07) 3365 7199; Fax-International: +61 7 3365 7199; Email: email@example.com]. Notes for contributors are located at the end of this issue.
Subscription rates: Queensland Journal of Educational Research is available free with a yearly membership subscription of $40 to the Queensland Institute for Educational Research or for $40 per volume (two issues). Overseas airmail costs a further $10.
Membership and Journal subscriptions should be sent to Secretary, QIER, Dr Cheryl Sim, Faculty of Education, Griffith University, NATHAN, Q 4111.
Queensland Journal of Educational Research is published in three issues per year.
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