Publisher and History
The Institute of Information Technologies and Learning Tools is a leading scientific institution in the educational system of Ukraine, whose mission is to conduct basic and applied research to address current theoretical and methodological, and scientific-methodological problems of development, implementation and use of software and hardware training and ICT in education.
The Institute is a member of the Association of Users of Ukrainian Research and Academic Network (URAN Association) (see. №52).
2006 - Electronic scientific professional edition "INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND LEARNING TOOLS" was founded in December 2006.
2007 - The journal introduced to the "List of scientific professional publications" in pedagogical sciences (Decree of the Supreme Attestation Commission's Presidium of Ukraine № 1-05/4 on April 12, 2007).
2009 - Publication frequency - 6 times a year.
2010 - Edition has been moved to a new journal management and publishing system Open Journal Systems(OJS) that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project (Canada).
2012 - The journal is included to the catalogues of the databases and libraries and holds the 13th place in Top 100 most cited in the "The rating of the scientific journals of Ukraine", compiled by the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.
2015 - The journal holds the 5th place in "Top 100 scientific journals of Ukraine" according to Google Scholar.