Journal of Virtual Studies
The mission of the Journal of Virtual Studies is to publish theoretical and practical concepts for the application of knowledge within virtual spaces. All methods, including, but not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field testing, laboratory, meta-analytics, grounded theory, and combinations thereof are welcome. JoVS is interdisciplinary and international in scope. Preference is given to submissions that test, extend, or build either theoretical or practical frameworks dealing with knowledge emergence and virtual sciences outside traditional practice.
In addition to the regular publications, JoVS publishes a special issue each year devoted to the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference Proceedings. Such publication started in 2010 and has continued every year since.
The most current issue can be found at http://ejournal.urockcliffe.com/index.php/jovs