International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood

The IJEIEC aimed to explore and advance early childhood education and thinking about childhood by publishing work that illustrated, extended, inspired and provoked innovative approaches to early childhood education.

About the Journal

The IJEIEC aimed to explore and advance early childhood education and thinking about childhood by publishing work that illustrated, extended, inspired and provoked innovative approaches to early childhood education.

IJEIEC was published by the Equity and Childhood Program in the Youth Research Centre (YRC) since 2011 and previously was published by the Centre for Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood (CEIEC). From 1 May 2011 the YRC ceased accepting new subscriptions to IJEIEC and from 1 January 2013 the YRC ceased accepting subscription renewals. The continuation of IJEIEC was reviewed and it was decided that the 2013 volume would be the final volume published of IJEIEC.

How can I access IJEIEC articles?

The YRC would like to continue to make articles published in IJEIEC available to those interested in equity and social justice in early childhood by allowing readers to purchase and download single articles from IJEIEC or purchase an issue of IJEIEC where all authors have given permission.

Articles or issues that are available for purchase will have a hyperlink on the article title or issue title which will take readers to our online payments system. Single articles will be available for purchase for $10 and single issues for $25. Where no hyperlink is provided these articles are not able to be purchased.

All IJEIEC articles

I would like to purchase an article or an issue but here is no hyperlink – what does this mean?

Articles or issues that do not have a hyperlink are not available for purchase. We suggest you check back in regularly as articles or issues may become available in the future.

The article I wrote for IJEIEC doesn’t have a hyperlink and I want to make it available for people to access – how can I do this?

Please email us and we can send you the relevant paperwork.

If you are a co-author of an article and have given your permission but your article is not available for purchase it could be that we are waiting on permission from your co-authors. We can only make articles or issues available where all authors have given permission. Contact us for more information.

What is the IJEIEC copyright and reproduction policy?

Copyright in articles published in IJEIEC are retained by the authors. All other material in the journal is copyright Centre for Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood (CEIEC) until 2011. From 2012 all other material in the journal is copyright Equity and Childhood Program, Youth Research Centre. If you wish to reproduce material published in IJEIEC, please request permission from the IJEIEC Publishing Committee via email or via post to:

Youth Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Level 5, 100 Leicester Street Building 
University of Melbourne, VIC 3010
Australia

The IJEIEC Publishing Committee will be happy to give permission, upon request, for material published in IJEIEC to be reproduced subject to the following conditions: that the author/s permission is obtained prior to the material being reproduced; that the material is acknowledged with a full reference citation; a link to the IJEIEC homepage is included [http://web.education.unimelb.edu.au/yrc/publications/journal.html]; that the material is not used for commercial gain at any time and that the material is not modified or adapted in any way. For further information, please contact the YRC.

Who was on the editorial board of IJEIEC?

Download details of the editorial board.

Contact details

Please email the YRC for any IJEIEC enquiries:

yrc-info@unimelb.edu.au