Journal of the Instructional Technology Council

Welcome to the Journal of the Instructional Technology Council (JITC)
The ITC presents the JITC in collaboration with New Jersey City University




Volume 5, Issue 1

  • Proceedings from the 2023 Annual Conference - eLearning

Volume 5, Issue 2

  • Better, Faster, Cheaper: An Agile Design Sprint Model for Developing Virtual HyFlex Courses

  • A Case Study of an E-Learning Platform for Social and Emotional Learning in an Urban Charter Middle School: A Narrative Approach to Qualitative Inquiry

  • Go with Gagne when you Go Online: An exploration of taxonomies and advocacy for Gagné's Nine Events of Instruction in online course design

  • Student and Faculty Perspectives of Quality Online Learning Experiences


Volume 4, Issue 1

  • Lessons Learned from Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Volume 4, Issue 2

  • Proceedings from the 2022 Annual Conference - eLearning


Volume 3, Issue 1

  • Editor's Update

  • Tales from the Trenches: "Nine Percent"

  • Maximizing Online Readiness and Excellence: Improving Online Student Performance Using a Three-Pronged Intervention Approach

Volume 3, Issue 2

  • Understanding Student Motivation Towards Traditional and Online Supplemental Instruction

  • Commentary: Connecting Technology to Teaching-Learning


Volume 2, Issue 1

  • Exploring the Effectiveness of Technology Integration Professional Development Models in K-12 Settings

  • Flipped Classroom

Volume 2, Issue 2

  • Digital Literacy in Education

  • eFaculty Coaching: A Model for Increasing Communication, Interaction, Quality, and Compliance in Online Courses

  • Expanding and Maximizing Flexibility, Choice and Accessibility With HyFlex Courses

  • Improving Student Engagement in Online Learning: A Study on Interactive Multimedia Tools in Higher Education

Volume 1, Issue 1

  • Welcome from the Editors

  • Featured Essay: The Future of Online Learning and Community Colleges

  • Exploration of Examples and Research of Services for Online Students

  • The Case for Active Learning Strategies in Constructivist Distance Learning Environments

Volume 1, Issue 2

  • Online Field Experience - An Innovation in Globalizing Teacher Education

  • Supporting the 21st Century Effects of Music Performance With Technology

Editorial Personnel
Executive Editor
Dr. Martin A. Hoffman, Sr.
Rowan College at Burlington County

Managing Editor
Ms. Andrea Taylor
Talley Management Group

Editor at Large
Mr. Fred Lokken
Truckee Meadows Community College

Editorial Board
Dr. Laura Zieger
New Jersey City University

Dr. Christopher Shamburg
New Jersey City University

Dr. Mickey Slimp
Mickey Slimp Consulting, LLC

Dr. Chris Carnahan
New Jersey City University

Dr. Tracy Amerman 
New Jersey City University

Dr. Carlos Morales
Tarrant County College

How to Submit Articles
Anyone may submit an article to be considered for publication in the Journal provided they own the copyright to the work or are authorized by the copyright owner(s) to submit the article. Prior publication must be disclosed. Authors retain copyright and permission to republish but grant ITC a perpetual use derivative works license and authorize online publication in the Journal and such other uses as may benefit the membership of the ITC.

Research involving human subjects must have been approved by the authors' institutional review board (IRB) or equivalent and such approval must be clearly disclosed.

  • Abstracts of approximately 200 words
  • Main text of approximately 3,500-5,500 words are recommended but shorter works will be considered.  Works of longer than 6,000 words are unlikely to be reviewed.
  • Tables and figures are encouraged and should be included inline with the text, not separate
  • About the author(s) of approximately 150 words
  • APA style required

Watch a video on how to submit articles here.

Topics of particular interest:
Accessibility and universal design 
Accreditation and quality control
Augmented reality
Online, blended and hybrid course design and delivery best practices
BYOD - bring your own device
Online, blended and hybrid certificate and degree program topics
Competency-based learning
Continuing education
Copyright and intellectual property
Course and learning management systems
Cutting-edge technologies
eTextbooks and open education resources
Faculty evaluation/training
Flipped classrooms
Learning analytics
Management and leadership
Mobile learning
Online student support (academic advising, library services, mentoring, tutoring)
Open source solutions
Research—pedagogy and methodology
Retaining online students
Serving adult learners (25 years or older)
Serving military students
Serving students with disabilities
Social Media Tools
State authorization for out-of-state institutions
Student authentication
Student engagement
Video-based applications
Virtual Reality

2024 Timeline

Submit your article using the online form.  Please reach out to Martin Hoffman ([email protected]) for additional information if you have a submission prepared and would like to submit it now.