Supplement Issue 




The Malta Review for Educational Research Journal has just announced a special issue to coincide with the international conference on shaping museums futures being held at the Old University Campus ( Valletta). Dr Sandro Debono, conference co-convenor will be the guest editor for the supplement. 


This special issue seeks to explore and present the latest research informing the museum landscape, particularly, albeit not exclusively with regards to the following three focus areas: Museums as champions of climate change awareness; Democratising and transforming museums into inclusive and communal places; and Museums and artificial intelligence. 

Papers presented at the conference will be automatically submitted for peer review. 

Latest date for submission of first draft of paper/commentary: 30 April 2022


Manuscripts are to be emailed directly to the editor 

For details regarding manuscript presentation, please consult the journal’s website.

The Malta Review of Educational Research is a fully refereed, international, electronic journal. The journal provides established and emerging scholars and practitioners with a space for critical and empirical analysis of issues in education. In broader terms, the journal sets out to contribute to educational theory as well as policy, leadership, curriculum development, support services and pedagogy.




Prof Carmel Borg