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Issue No. 45
By and large, languages, both as first, second or foreign languages remain one of the most important core subjects at every educational level. In early stages, their inclusion in the curriculum is intricately connected with (pre-)literacy practices, but also as a main driver for the successful...Read more
Issue No. 44
This issue of eLearning Papers deals with the teacher’s role in educational innovation. By focusing on the teacher’s role, we wish to acknowledge and further explore in what ways and with which means teachers can apply their expertise in the design of new teaching practices; ICT-based teaching,...Read more
Issue No. 43
In this issue of eLearningPapers we explore different approaches and models that spark creative potential of people and bring together interdisciplinary teams to collaborate and produce applied games and gamified apps. This issue is a collaboration with the ECGBL mini track on the same theme (Pivec...Read more
Issue No. 42
The rapid rise of massive open online courses (MOOCs) has renewed interest in the broader spectrum of open online teaching and learning. This “renaissance” has highlighted the challenges and potential associated to the design of such educational environments. Arguably, the accelerated...Read more
Issue No. 41
New models of innovation for education are emerging in Europe. Education is by and large a public endeavour, the responsibility of governments and international institutions. We think of education in terms of large and complex systems. Hence, the common assumption has been that change in...Read more