CFP: Special issue on "Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning" IAFOR Journal of Education-Deadline: March 1st, 2015

CFP: Special issue on "Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning" IAFOR Journal of Education-Deadline: March 1st, 2015
Sunday, March 1, 2015 (All day)

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CFP: Special issue on "Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning" IAFOR Journal of Education

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Special Issue on
"Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning "
to be published at the IAFOR Journal of Education (ISSN: 2187-0594)

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Editors of the Special issue:
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• Bernard Montoneri, Providence University, Taiwan

• Vasileios Paliktzoglou, University of Eastern Finland, Finland, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain

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Overview
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The aim of this special issue is to discuss issues and addresss the challenges of using emerging technologies in learning and teaching. Additionally it will attempt to answer different questions regarding the impact of emerging technologies adoption in instructional activities, and will present cases from different fields and applications. This special edition will focus on how emerging technologies are being used to transform teaching and learning practices in education, which may lead to qualitative outcomes in education. We are therefore inviting submission of papers for IAFOR Journal of Education Special Issue focused on emerging technologies in teaching and learning and their challenges.

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Topics of Interests
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The special issue is welcoming original research papers from topics including, but not restricted to:

§  Web 2.0 and social learning environments,

§  Effective teaching techniques and strategies using emerging technologies,

§  Games and game learning,

§  Role of emerging technologies in formal, non-formal and informal education settings,

§  Potentialities and drawbacks of instructional use of emerging technologies in education,

§  Pedagogical frameworks for using emerging technologies for educational purposes,

§  Use of emerging technologies into fully online courses versus hybrid courses,

§  Use of emerging technologies as supplementary instructional platforms,

§  Different methodologies for integrating emerging technologies into learning/teaching,

§  Theoretical approaches to use of emerging technologies in education,

§  How instructional use of emerging technologies are designed and developed,

§  Different tools and applications used for emerging technologies instructional use,

§  Ethical dilemmas and alternative solutions instructor/learner relationships on emerging technologies,

§  Motivation toward learning via emerging technologies,

§  Managerial issues of using emerging technologies,

§  Impact of emerging technologies on the current learning and teaching processes,

§  Evaluations of integrated emerging technologies for educational purposes,

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Authors' guidelines
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Guide for Authors (PDF)


The IAFOR Journal of Education – Publication Ethics Statement (PDF)


For submissions, scientific advices and for any query please contact the editors:

• bmon[at] pu.edu.tw 
• paliktzoglou[at] gmail.com

marking the subject as: "Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning "

Deadline: March 1st, 2015.

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