International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education (IJCEE)

Education and the Use of Technology

Name: International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education (IJCEE)


Contact: Jeffrey Hsu, Editor-in-Chief.

Description: The International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education (IJCEE) provides state-of-the-art research on the impact and general principles of ethical computer use in academics, while also emphasizing the cyber-philosophical aspect of human-computer interaction. As a quarterly journal, IJCEE publishes empirical research, theoretical studies, case studies, and book reviews that focus on the integrity of computer use in education.

Handling of Manuscripts: Prospective authors should note that only original and previously unpublished articles will be considered. Interested authors must consult the journal’s guidelines for manuscript submissions at Prior to submission, all article submissions will be forwarded to at least 3 members of the Editorial Review Board of the journal for double-blind, peer review. Final decision regarding acceptance/revision/rejection will be based on the reviews received from the reviewers. All submissions must be forwarded electronically.

Topics to be discussed in this journal include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Computer crime and education
  • Cyber-philosophy and education
  • Ethical aspects of Internet use in education
  • Ethical issues in e-learning
  • Ethical judgments of educators
  • Ethical/moral use of computers in educational settings
  • Ethical/unethical behaviors in the virtual environment
  • Hacking through the Internet
  • Infringements of privacy or intellectual property
  • Intellectual property/copyright issues in education
  • Management of computer ethics
  • Plagiarism and intellectual property rights
  • Principles of cyber-ethics and/or computer ethics in education
  • Privacy and piracy
  • Safety in computer use
  • School administration and ethical computer use issues
  • School leadership and cyber-ethics
  • Software privacy
  • Software reliability
  • Teachers and ethical use of computers
  • Teachers as models in computer use
  • Theory of cyber-ethics
  • Uncontrolled access to obscene materials