Asia Pacific Media Educator (APME) is a refereed journal published annually by the School of Journalism and Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. The first issue was published in 1996. In 2010 APME was ranked ‘B’ by the Excellence for Research in Australia (ERA) board of the Australian Research Council, placing APME in the top 30% of international refereed journals in related disciplines. From 2012 onwards, Asia Pacific Media Educator has been published twice a year by SAGE Publications (New Delhi) and is not archived on this site.
APME aims to generate dialogue among media educators, researchers and practitioners by publishing their informed analysis of media production and texts, and innovations in media education and training. It will consider for publication original articles based on applied research which generates critical questions and examines research issues through comparative frameworks. Papers should aim to challenge the conventions in journalism education and training, and provide practical ideas on improving the standard and currency of media reportage and media training. For further information contact the APME Editor: Eric Loo, School of Journalism & Creative Writing, University of Wollongong, Australia.
Current Issue: Issue 21 (2011) Journalism teaching and training in cultural contexts
Dear Readers - Issue 21 of 2011 was the last issue published by the University of Wollongong. From 2012 onwards, Asia Pacific Media Educator has been published twice a year by SAGE Publications (New Delhi) and is not archived on this site.
- Eric Loo (Editor), 12 March 2012