No articles specific to K-12 distance, online or blended learning, but I suspect some of these open access articles will be of interest to some.
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We are pleased to announce that the new issue of the online journal Human Technology has been published. In addition, an notice is provided at the end of this notification regarding an outstanding call for papers for an upcoming thematic issue in Human Technology.
This issue comprises manuscripts that were submitted independently to our journal. You can access the issue athttp://www.humantechnology.jyu.fi/current/
From the Publisher
Change in Human Technology’s Publisher: Continued Focus on Human–Technology Research
From the Editor in Chief
Change and Continuity
Immersion Revisited: A Review of Existing Definitions of Immersion and Their Relation to Different Theories of Presence
Niels Christian Nilsson, Rolf Nordahl, & Stefania Serafin
Expert Views on Current and Future Use of Social Media Among Crisis and Emergency Management Organizations: Incentives and Barriers
Matti Haataja, Anne Laajalahti, & Jenni Hyvärinen
Detecting Falls at Home: User-Centered Design of a Pervasive Technology
Marc-Eric Bobillier Chaumon, Bruno Cuvillier, Salima Body, & Florence Cros
Bodystorming for Movement-Based Interaction Design
Elena Márquez Segura, Laia Turmo Vidal, & Asreen Rostami
Algorithmic Reflections on Choreography
Pablo Ventura & Daniel Bisig
As noted above, a call for papers is in process for a future special issue in Human Technology: SADE: Semiotics + Art and Design Experience. The scope of this thematic issue involves the mechanisms of semiotics in art and design, particularly the interrelations and significance that art, design, and technology have for one another. The deadline for submissions through Human Technology’s journal management system (email@example.com) is 15 January, 2017. More information is available athttp://humantechnology.jyu.fi/submit/call-for-papers/sade-2013-semiotics-art-and-design-experience-interrelationships-of-art-design-and-technology-in-light-of-semiotics-and-experience and you are encouraged to share this information to colleagues who may be conducting research in this topic area.
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Barbara J. Crawford, Managing Editor
: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments