The new series of GeoGebra International Journal here !
“GGIJRO – 2021 – NEW VOLUME” —->>>
ISSN: 2247-7241 (e-Journal) ISSN: 2068-3227 (Printed journal)
After ten years of activity, GGIJRO, the GeoGebra International Journal still consider GeoGebra Platform as a domain where thousands of people speaking the common language of sciences. Founded in 2010 as a part of research of one team of the GeoGebra Institute of Timisoara, Romania and agreed by International Institute of GeoGebra the journal represent today an interesting archive of scientific papers with authors from around the whole world. Maintained today in printed form and also as an e-printed journal, GGIJRO open the windows to a new scientific form starting with the new series containing the first volume of the second new decade of GGIJRO starting with the year 2021.
GGIJRO is an Open Access journal which is freely available to readers, who can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link this content without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author.
The GeoGebra Journal “GeoGebra The New Language For The Third Millennium” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
The GGIJRO-journal accept free publication of original scientific work in any GeoGebra area, as well as its applications to other domains such as Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Geography, Engineering, Technical Science or Didactic of Disciplines.
GGIJRO do not charge Submission or processing fees.
We accept to publish, after blind peer review evaluation, theoretical and applied studies, wishing to offer to interested audience interpretations and analyses of most recent approaches and results in above mentioned areas.
GeoGebra The New Language For The Third Millennium
“We are delighted that this book addresses and details many developments in the GeoGebra community. Papers in the book include innovative practices and research approaches of GeoGebra from many new perspectives. We are certain that this book will contribute greatly to the work of the community and encourage others to get involved in our work and efforts.”
Markus Hohenwarter & Zsolt Lavicza, “Gaining momentum: GeoGebra inspires educators and students around the world”, Vol. I,, No.1, 2010
ISSN: 2247-7241 (e-Journal)
ISSN: 2068-3227 (Printed journal)
The editorial board invites authors to submit their original, unpublished work at the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the 2010 year, after the evaluation process,
GGIJRO obtained the ICV=5.09 in the Index Copernicus Journal Master List 2011.
Our journal is included in “DOAJ” – a project of Lund University Libraries, Sweden