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, as Queensland Researcher, until its final volume in 2003. The notes below are a part of the archival record and are not current advice about QJER and QR or its publisher, QIER. For current advice please see [IIER Home]
|Neil Cranston||Research Services Branch, Queensland Department of Education|
|Larry Smith||Research Services Branch, Queensland Department of Education|
|Jill Borthwick||Department of Communication and Resource Studies, Brisbane College of Advanced Education|
|Dawn Muir||Department of Education, University of Queensland|
Contributors are encouraged to see the journal as providing opportunity for interaction with fellow researchers. Accordingly, papers on educational research and evaluation the developmental stage, in progress or completed are invited. Readers of the journal will be asked to respond to these papers through the journal.
As A Queensland-based journal with links to a national organisation, articles to do with educational research in all States are welcomed. In writing such articles, contributors are asked to consider, where appropriate, the Queensland context in which the majority of the readership is located.
Queensland Researcher is indexed in the Australian Education Index and is registered with the National Library of Australia.
Manuscripts, correspondence or inquiries concerning Queensland Researcher should be directed to:
|The Editor |
Research Services Branch
Department of Education
PO Box 33
North Quay, Brisbane 4002
The Queensland Institute for Educational Research does not accept responsibility for the views expressed in articles, reviews and other contributions which may appear in Queensland Researcher, unless specifically designated as official Institute policy. Contributions are accepted and published in good faith that the copyright is possessed by the author(s). QIER makes no claim to copyright for any material published in Queensland Researcher.