IARTEM e-Journal ISSN 1837-2104

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

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Recent Articles

The articles below comprise Volume 9
Number 2 of the IARTEM e-Journal, December 2017

Editorial Volume 9 No 2

Richardson, Susan. (2017). Homework-based learning resources: two distinct approaches to design and development. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 9 Number 2, 5-29.
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Artuso, Alysson Ramos. (2017). Brazilian high school Physics textbooks: Students’ opinions on features, themes and focus. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 9 Number 2, 30-48.
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Tórrez, Nahúm Misael. (2017). English Language Teaching Textbooks from Nicaragua and Norway: A Comparative Analysis of the Topics presented in Secondary English Book – 8th Grade and Enter 8. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 9 Number 2, 49-69.
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Carbone, Graciela María. (2017). La Enciclopedia: un género textual perenne en hábitats cambiantes. Reflexiones sobre el documento fundacional, los manuales argentinos y las enciclopedias virtuales de mayor difusión en español. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 9 Number 2, 70-92.
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Next Volume of IARTEM eJournal

The next volume of the IARTEM e-Journal (Volume 10, Number 1) will
be published in October 2018. 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. The IARTEM e-Journal will be published in multiple languages and with abstracts in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

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