The Media Education Research Journal (MERJ) is a twice–yearly, peer–reviewed, academic journal, which has been published since Spring 2010. Originally a print–based subscription journal, MERJ is now fully open access with no article processing charges.
MERJ offers a forum for the exchange of academic research into media education and pedagogy conducted by academics, practitioners and teachers situated in all sectors and contexts for media education.
The journal aims to encourage dialogue between the sectors and between media educators from different countries, in order to facilitate the exchange of qualitative, critical, empirical, action and discursive research into the complexity of media education as social practice.
Outcomes of research into any aspect of media education and / or media literacy education are welcome. Findings related to media education policy, media education practice / pedagogy, media literacy education and the use of media and technology in education are all of interest to the journal.