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Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are technologies which have the potential to transform the way we work,... see more

LIS Scholarship Archive (LISSA) is a free, open access preprints service for Library & Information Sciences and allied... see more

Computational Thinking Guiding Online Education As a result of instant access to data, information and knowledge... see more

This material presents latest research in the field of Immersive Learning.

Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy (NJDL) is aimed at researchers, school authorities, school leaders in primary and... see more

This quarterly, open access, peer-reviewed international e-journal covers a wide range of research on all aspects of... see more

This meta-analysis summarizes the impact of digital technology use in UK schools relative to academic achievement.

This publication is a summary of nine literacy, language and numeracy research reports published by the New Zealand... see more

This interdisciplinary open access journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well... see more

This study collected and benchmarked information from 31 European countries (EU27, HR, ICE, NO and TR) on the access,... see more

E-learning has become one of the primary ways of delivering education around the globe. In Somalia, which is a country... see more

It has been suggested that the use of active learning instructional strategies, both in traditional face-to-face... see more

Fostering interaction in the online classroom is an important consideration in ensuring that students actively create... see more

With the rise in online education, universal design is an emerging trend aimed at providing available education... see more

Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) is a continuous improvement process that can be used to inform practice in online education.... see more

The physical “brick and mortar” classroom is starting to lose its monopoly as the place of learning. The Internet has... see more

Universities have made a considerable investment in the use of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) to facilitate their... see more

Plagiarism and academic dishonesty are phenomena that have a long history. With the advent of the Internet, and easily... see more

Faculty, administrators, and media outlets express a range of opinions about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). As any... see more

This article presents the findings of early childhood special education graduate student’s experiences within two... see more

Many organizations use technology and social media as the cost-effective, even the preferred, rapid communication and... see more

Critics of online education often assume that traditional classrooms offer the most meaningful form of learning. Some... see more

This is a case study of a best-practice suggestion for addressing anxiety among first-time online students. This is a... see more

When MOOCs arrived, there was an immediate response of how wonderful it was that a course could reach so many students –... see more