The Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education (JOEE) is published approximately twice a year and sent to subscribing members of the Outdoor Council of Australia, as well as individual and institutional standing order subscribers. The Journal has an international readership.
The Journal's name was changed from Australian Journal of Outdoor Education (AJOE) in 2016.
Dr John Quay – University of Melbourne
Dr Andrew Brookes – La Trobe University
Dr Mike Brown – University of Waikato
Dr Janet Dyment – University of Tasmania
Associate Professor Tonia Gray – Western Sydney University
Dr Marcus Morse – La Trobe University
Dr Alistair Stewart – La Trobe University
Dr Brian Wattchow – Federation University
If you would like to submit a manuscript to the JOEE, please refer to the Contributor Guidelines (PDF, 177kb) before submitting to the Editor via the email address above.
If you need more information about publishing your work in the JOEE, please also contact the Editor.
Goals of the JOEE
The uniqueness of the JOEE is its ability to meet the needs of a wide cross section of readers, whether they be classroom teachers, academics, or practitioners in the field. The JOEE attempts to provide clear links between theory, research, and practice.
Therefore, our goals are to:
a) enhance understanding of outdoor and environmental education issues;
b) provide balanced and in‑depth investigation of outdoor and environmental
education practices and theories;
c) examine and present research with a view as to how it might influence the
practices of teachers and practitioners, as well as researchers;
d) provide a forum in which outdoor and environmental education professionals
from all settings can exchange and discuss ideas and practices relevant to their
e) keep readers abreast of current outdoor and environmental education research.