Call for Chapters: Educational Technologies: Challenges, Applications and Learning Outcomes
Dr. Lijia Lin, East China Normal University, China
Dr. Robert K. Atkinson, Arizona State University, USA
The book provides an opportunity to showcase how a variety of technologies can be applied in different domains and how educational technologies can impact learning outcomes. In addition to presenting the current state-of-the-art research and practices, it will also describe and discuss the challenges that researchers and practitioners are facing.
The potential audience of the book includes (a) researchers from education, psychology, computer science, neuroscience, and other interdisciplinary areas; (b) instructional designers, media specialists, developers, and other professionals; (c) administrators and policy makers; and (d) students from educational technology, educational psychology, learning sciences, computer sciences, cognitive psychology, and other interdisciplinary areas.
- Educational data mining
- Game-based learning & virtual worlds
- Multimedia learning
- Online and blended learning
- Social media
- Technology adoption in various settings and cultures
- Technology-supported assessment
- Technology-supported STEM education
- Technology-supported language learning
- Wearable computing
- Virtual reality
Other topics are also welcome to submit.
- October 15, 2015: Proposal/Abstract Submission Deadline
- November 30, 2015: Notification of Acceptance
- January 31, 2016: Full Chapter Submission Deadline
- March 15, 2016: Peer Review Results Returned
- April 30, 2016: Final Chapter Submission Due to Editors
This book is scheduled to be published by Nova Science Publisher in 2017. For additional information about Nova Science Publisher, please visitwww.novapublishers.com.
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before October 15, 2015, a chapter proposal/abstract of 500 words clearly describing the mission and outline of their proposed chapter. Authors will be notified by November 30, 2015 about the status of their proposals/abstracts and sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters should not exceed 10,000 words and are expected to be submitted by January 31, 2016 or earlier. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Chapter contributors may also participate as reviewers for this project. Please send your submission to Lijia Lin Lijia.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Robert K. Atkinson, Arizona State University, USA Email: email@example.com