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Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D) journal is a publication of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology and currently published by Springer Nature. The journal emerged in 1989 by
joining two separate journals, the Journal of Educational Technology Research and Journal of Instructional Development.
The main focus of ETR&D is interdisciplinary studies looking at learning, instruction and performance across all disciplines and contexts, as well as all phases of planning, designing, implementing and evaluating various kinds of support
for learning, instruction and performance
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