"An educator-friendly journal for publishing computational learning modules and educational software."
"Currently, academia lacks a mechanism for crediting efforts to develop software for assisting teaching and learning or open-source educational content. As a result, beyond personal motivation, there is little incentive to develop and share such material. [...] Examples include Jupyter notebooks or plaintext/markup language documents like LaTeX, R Markdown, and ReST for course/lesson content and associated notes, with embedded or associated code snippets/programs.
We do not mean openly available slides, lecture notes, or YouTube videos, though these may be acceptable as supplementary materials. In addition, course syllabi by themselves are not suitable for submission (Syllabus may be more appropriate)." (source: https://github.com/openjournals/jose)
Au 22 juillet 2017, les propositions d'articles ne sont pas encore acceptées. Pour l'infos sur Github et Twitter.
Ce journal est le jumeau du Journal of Open Source Software: