Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)

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As of 30 September 2017, the journal has published 310 articles, and received more than 1,238,397 full-text downloads; 111 articles published in KM&EL have been cited 282 times by 146 SSCI/SCIE indexed journals.



Maggie M. Wang, The University of Hong Kong
Stephen J. H. Yang, National Central University



Knowledge Management & E-Learning (KM&EL) is an open access, peer-reviewed international journal that aims to publish latest and quality research articles in the multidisciplinary area of knowledge management and electronic learning. We hope to foster a platform for leading research in the emerging new landscape of knowledge intensive economy, which requires the integration of knowledge and learning.



The KM&EL Journal is indexed and abstracted in:

• Cabell's Directory

• ProQuest

• Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

• EBSCO Open Access Journals

• EBSCO Open Access Education Collection

• Educational Research Abstracts

• Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA ID: 42165)
• Google Scholar
• The Index of Information Systems Journals

• Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)

• Scopus (Elsevier)

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The Journal will be published in March, June, September, and December, 4 issues per year.


ISSN 2073-7904


Vol 9, No 3 (2017)

Table of Contents


Special Issue on “Pedagogic frailty and concept mapping” PDF
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Editorial: Pedagogic frailty and concept mapping PDF
Ian M. Kinchin, Paulo R. M. Correia 254-260
Do no harm: Risk aversion versus risk management in the context of pedagogic frailty PDF
Julie A. Hulme, Naomi E. Winstone 261-274
Mapping the emotional journey of teaching PDF
Emma Jones 275-294
Pedagogic frailty: A concept analysis PDF
Ian M. Kinchin 295-310
Russian university teachers’ ideas about pedagogic frailty PDF
Svetlana Nikolaevna Kostromina, Daria Sergeevna Gnedykh, Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Ruschack 311-328
Using concept mapping for faculty development in the context of pedagogic frailty PDF
Bárbara de Benito, Alexandra Lizana, Jesús Salinas 329-347
Developing higher-order thinking skills with concept mapping: A case of pedagogic frailty PDF
Alberto J. Cañas, Priit Reiska, Aet Möllits 348-365
From representing to modelling knowledge: Proposing a two-step training for excellence in concept mapping PDF
Joana G. Aguiar, Paulo R. M. Correia 366-379
Challenges and weaknesses in the use of concept maps as a learning strategy in undergraduate health programs PDF
Enios Carlos Duarte, Ana Claudia Loureiro, Cristina Zukowsky-Tavares 380-391
An exploration into pedagogic frailty: Transitioning from face-to-face to online PDF
Irina Niculescu, Roger Rees, Darren Gash 392-403
Making connections and building resilience: Developing workshops with undergraduates PDF
Julia Anthoney, Rachel Stead, Katie Turney 404-418

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Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL)
ISSN 2073-7904


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