The current state of technology makes it possible to distribute learning resources anytime and anywhere. But technologies open up many more opportunities than simply delivering content. They must also make it possible to change and redesign the way people learn: reviewing current learning environments; making teaching learner-centred by enabling learners to take control of their learning; enabling peer learning and peer assessment; adapting teaching to the learner, his or her knowledge, skills, location and mood; integrating formal, informal and lifelong learning; enabling learners to assess their knowledge and skills; enabling learning by doing, by making and solving concrete problems; or increasing and enriching the knowledge environment and also by mediating with knowledge, culture and the arts. The aim of this Special Issue is to report on the contributions of technologies to support the next stage of the digitalisation of education.
Dr. Laurent Moccozet
Deadline for manuscript submissions: September 30, 2020