IJIL, a fully refereed journal, is an authoritative source presenting information on the current practice, content, technology, and services in the area of innovation and learning.
Topics covered include:
- Human learning and development with a focus on design of effective feedback, metacognition, double-loop learning, triple-loop learning, etc.
- Learner-focused research on motivation, psychological safety, empathy, slow learners, etc.
- Development of learning content for higher cognitive skills, social and emotional skills, technological skills, digital literacy and competency, employability, etc.
- Learning methods and pedagogical development such as opportunity to learn, team teaching, co-teaching, self-paced learning, active learning, e-learning, blended learning, open source learning models, etc.
- Research on effective learning environments through discussion of applications of design thinking; managing diversity; learning space improvement; physical, verbal, and cyber bullying; etc.
- Organisational learning and knowledge creation through product and process innovations
- Unlearning and learning for technological innovation
- Impacts of innovation on tackling organisational problems, both technical and humanistic issues such as crisis management and capacity planning, lean operations and supply chain disruptions, workplace harassment, etc.
- Ongoing innovation for operational improvement and better stakeholder outreach, such as social listening and social marketing
- Innovation in emerging economies for efficiency, quality and productivity improvement
- Innovation from the third (social) sector in emerging economies