Special Issue "Innovative Technologies in Education"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2022) | Viewed by 820
Interests: technology enhanced learning; seamless learning; learning analytics; open educational resources; maker education; computer science for children
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In the current situation of a worldwide pandemic, the use of digital technologies in education is not only a hot topic but simply a necessity. Due to the lockdown of schools and universities over an extended period of time, teachers had no alternative other than to use such technologies. On the one hand, we were able to see how education can work even in such a situation. On the other hand, we also witnessed the lack in skills needed to deliver high quality digital lectures.
Under these circumstances, we are today living in a world where teaching and learning are strongly influenced by technologies. For tomorrow, digital education can no longer be neglected. We must build upon these new circumstances to improve education as much as possible.
For this Special Issue, we are seeking contributions addressing the following research questions, but the list is by no means exhaustive:
- What is the influence of digital technologies on education?
- What are the future trends of innovative technologies in education?
- What are examples of how innovative technologies can be used in education?
- How can digital technologies contribute to high quality education?
Prof. Dr. Martin Ebner
Manuscript Submission Information
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- emerging technologies
- technology in education
- digital education
- learning analytics
- open education