Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning
This journal publishes research on all aspects of the use of technology to enhance learning. The journal presents theoretical research, reports of evidence-based research and praxis work on the interface between theory and practice, and ways each can support the other. Affiliated with the Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education, the journal encourages reports of research in or involving countries in the region. The journal embraces all technology used to enhance learning, from design to construction to implementation and evaluation. Research contexts include learning in schools, in business and government and in informal settings, and learning at the individual, group, organizational and societal levels. A key focus is to seek improvement in understanding of designing for learning in ways that translate successfully into practice. Coverage includes the environmental, social and cultural contexts in which learning design interacts with and translates into practice.
Mireilla Bikanga Ada (April 2018)
ResearchTopical Collection Positioning for Digital Learning Futures
Bourdieu and programming classes for the disadvantaged: a review of current practice as reported online—implications for non-formal coding classes in Bali
Laurence Tamatea… (March 2018)
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