Digital Education Review

Online ISSN: 2013-9144

Announcements

 

Digital learning: distraction or default for the future

 

Over the years, the development of information and communication technologies has created waves of excitement due to the expectations to offer “quick fix” to educational problems. At least since the creation of the teaching machine in the fifties, the rapid development of digital technologies has increased this enthusiasm, prompting a succession of attempts by policymakers to integrate digital technologies into educational institutions (ej. CD-ROM, PC, SmartBoards, OLPC, BYOD, etc.). Although there are successful experiences around the world to implementing digital technologies in school contexts, it is important to analyze those Top-Down and Bottom-Up initiatives that haven't worked or have failed. This monograph aims to explore questions like:   

• What has gone wrong in the existing digital education policies? Why?  

• What are the lessons learned?  

• What are the commonalities between different unsuccessful digital education projects?  

• Can the future of digital education be different? How? 

Contributions 

The community is invited to send us contributions derived from academic research on the subject; Elaboration of international-comparative studies; Results of public policies evaluation in digital inclusion; and theoretical reviews that represent a true contribution to the current debate. 

 

Deadlines

  • September 1st, 2019: deadline to submit abstracts (up to 150 words).
  • October 1st, 2019: communication of preliminary acceptance of abstracts.
  • January 1st, 2020: deadline to submit full papers.
  • June 1st, 2020: expected data of publication.

Articles should be approximately 6,000-8,000 words. Abstracts of 150 words are due for September 1st of 2019 (send it to one of the Special issue Editors, and full papers deadline is January 1st, 2020.

 


Editors 

Cristóbal Cobo Romaní: ccobo@fundacionceibal.edu.uy. Director Center of Studies - Fundación Ceibal and associate researcher at the Internet Institute of the University of Oxford 

Pablo Rivera Vargas: pablorivera@ub.edu.  Department of Didactics and Educational Organization of the University of Barcelona. Researcher of the consolidated research group ESBRINA - Subjectivities, visualities and contemporary educational environments (2017 SGR 1248). 


 
Posted: 2019-07-16 More...
 

Paper submission - closed

 

Paper submission for Digital Education Review is now closed.

During January, the corresponding author of each paper presented will be notified after an initial review if it is suitable to send for peer review (monographic and special issues are not included).

The reception of proposals for 2020 will be open in November and December 2019.

Special issues for 2019 and 2020 will make their own Call for Papers.

 

Editorial Board

 
Posted: 2017-02-01
 
More Announcements...

Number 35, June 2019 - Monographic: Technology to Improve the Assessment of Learning

Table of Contents

Editorial

Manuela Raposo-Rivas, Manuel Cebrian de la Serna
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Monographic Articles

Alicia Martínez De la Muela, Blanca Arteaga Martínez, Mercedes García García
1-17
Gemma Tur, Santos Urbina, María Dolores Forteza
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18-35
Anna Paiano, Giuseppe Annacontini
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36-61
Silvia Sierra-Martínez, María Esther Martínez-Figueira, Manuela Raposo-Rivas, Ángeles Parrilla
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62-80
Daniel Cebrián-Robles, Rafael Pérez-Galán, Natalia Quero-Torres
81-96
Sara Dias-Trindade, J. António Moreira
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97-110
Norma Torres-Hernández, Teresa Pessoa, María Jesús Gallego-Arrufat
111-129
Pablo Rivera-Vargas, Carles Lindín Soriano
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130-150
Fernando Almeida, Zoltan Buzady
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151-169
Rosita Romero Alonso, Irma Riquelme Plaza, Carol Halal Orfali
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170-185
Miriam Agreda Montoro, Ana Mª Ortiz Colón, Javier Rodríguez Moreno, Karl Steffens
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186-201
Sheila García Martín, Isabel Cantón-Mayo
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202-215
MCarmen Sarceda-Gorgoso, Mari-Carmen Caldeiro-Pedreira, Sandra Guevara-Betancourt
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216-228

Peer Review Articles

José Luis López-Quintero, Alfonso Pontes-Pedrajas, Marta Varo-Martínez
229-243
Federico Ferrero, Adriana Gewerc
244-266
Ruth Villalon, María Luna, Alba Garcia-Barrera
267-288
Raghda Al-Hamad, Dina Al-Jamal, Ruba Bataineh
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289-298
Jolita Dudaitė, Romas Prakapas
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299-308
Rosalba Acosta Corporan, Antonio Martín García, Azucena Hernández Martín
309-323

Reviews

Antonia Lozano Diaz
324-325


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