From IEM to DER
Digital Education Review (DER) is a scientific, open and peer review journal designed as a space for dialogue and reflection about the impact of ICT on education and new emergent forms of teaching and learning in digital environments. It is published half-yearly (June & December) and it includes articles in English or Spanish.
ICT plays an important role in education, raising discussions and important new challenges.
Analyze the impact of ICT, new forms of literacy and virtual teaching and learning are the main goals of Digital Education Review.
The publication is open to all those investigators who wish to propose articles on this subject. Articles admitted include empirical investigations as well as reviews and theoretical reflections.
Table of Contents
|A Study on the development process of a multimedia learning environment according to the ADDIE model and studentsâ€™ opinions of the multimedia learning environment|
|Selay ArkĂĽn, Buket Akkoyunlu||
|University studentsâ€™ differences on attitudes towards computer use. Comparison with studentsâ€™ attitudes towards physical activity|
|Evangelos Bebetsos, Panagiotis Antoniou||
|An evaluation of the effectiveness of the instructional methods used with a Student Response System at a large university|
|Coral M. Hanson, Charles R. Graham, Larry Seawright||
|Personalised learning environments: Core development issues for construction|
|Sharifah Mazlina Syed Khuzzan, Jack Steven Goulding, Jason Underwood||