Fusion (ISSN 2201-7208)
(fy zh n) noun.
1.The merging of different elements into a union.
2.The blending of different elements to form a larger nucleus with the simultaneous release of energy.
3.A combination of different ingredients and techniques from very different cultures or countries. Learn More»
is an international, online scholarly journal for the communication, creative industries and media arts disciplines. Co-founded by the Faculty of Arts, Charles Sturt University (Australia) and the College of Arts, University of Lincoln (UK), fusion
will publish refereed articles, creative works and other practice-led forms of output. Learn More»
This issue of fusion
explores the possibilities of educating in an e-learning world. Contributors to this issue have drawn on a rich set of theoretical resources and research-generated data to provide engaged and interesting examinations that document, probe and question the idea of e-learning in the contemporary university. Learn More»