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The AARE has a range of publications for members and general readers. Follow the links in the navigation pane to the left.

The Australian Educational Researcher

The Australian Educational Researcher is the international, peer reviewed journal edited by AARE and distributed online.The Australian Educational Researcher is published four times a year and is a Thomson (ISI) indexed journal. The aim of AER is to:

  • Promote understandings of educational issues through the publication of original research and scholarly essays.
  • Inform education policy through the publication of papers utilising a range of research methodologies and addressing issues of theory and practice.
  • Provide a research forum for education researchers to debate current problems and issues.
  • Provide an international and national perspective on education research through the publication of book reviews, scholarly essays, original quantitative and qualitative research and papers that are methodologically or theoretically innovative.

AER welcomes contributions from a variety of disciplinary perspectives on any level of education. Those interested in submitting to AER should consult the 'Notes for contributors'

Tables of contents for all issues (1974 onwards) are available online. All contents from 1985 onwards are available online.

AARE members receive complimentary access to AER by logging in to the AARE website.  Once you are logged in, click HERE for full access.

Local/Global Issues in Education (Book Series)

Local/Global Issues in Education is the AARE Book Series, established in 2015.  

AARE Conference Papers

AARE conference papers for most years since 1978 are accessible via our searchable archive.  Conference papers are published each year in the February following the conference.

AARE Reports

Occasional reports published by AARE (often in association with the Australian Council of Deans in Education) are disseminated via the AARE website.

Strengthening a Research-rich Teaching Profession for Australia.

This project is the result of an alliance between the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA), the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), and the Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE). The three Associations have a shared interest in quality teaching and facilitating enhanced relationships between teaching, education and research. As an alliance between these organisations the project marks the first time that these Associations have worked together on research. A copy of the final report from this research is here

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