eLearning Papers
One of the most visited online journals on Open Education which fosters stimulating research and practices in Education, Innovation and Technology.
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Issues

Here you can see the previously published numbers of eLearning Papers.
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
View user profile.Tapio KoskinenSecretary General - EDII Secretariat
View user profile.Yishay MorChief Editor
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
View user profile.Tapio KoskinenSecretary General - EDII Secretariat
View user profile.Yishay MorChief Editor
Issue No. 40
Open Learning and its Future of Assessment, Certification and Quality Assurance.    Open learning is scaling up again after the ODL-peak in 1990’s. Thanks to the ongoing changes in societies, working life and technology enabled globalization of education, open education has more potential...Read more
View user profile.Christian M. StrackeManaging Director of TELIT Research Institute
View user profile.Tapio KoskinenSecretary General - EDII Secretariat
Issue No. 39
Exploring the cyber-physical continuum in education   What lies in the space where the cyber world and physical world converge? A spectrum of blended augmented experiences and a fount of new opportunities for educational practice.    The success of this projected convergence depends...Read more
View user profile.Stylianos MystakidisLearning Innovator
View user profile.Tapio KoskinenSecretary General - EDII Secretariat
Issue No. 38
Across Europe, there is a growing gap between the demands for digital transformation on the one hand and the skills, know-how and capability of the work force on the other. About 90% of Europeans use a mobile phone or a smart phone, and more than one third of them use their device to...Read more
View user profile.Kirsti Ala-MutkaPolicy Officer
View user profile.Tapio KoskinenSecretary General - EDII Secretariat