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July 4, 2020

EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2020 Proceedings Published

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The 32nd annual EdMedia + Innovate Learning Was held Online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The published proceedings includes over 600 authors from 32 countries, including research & practical applications in Full and Brief Paper formats, Keynote talks, Posters, Emerging Scholars sessions, Roundtable talks and Symposia.

We also feature a Special Topic for papers on COVID-19 Strategies for Educators.

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Accepted and presented conference papers are published in the Conference Proceedings & internationally distributed by LearnTechLib.org.
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June 18, 2020

Free eBook On Teaching During The Pandemic (133 articles)

Note this open access resource from the folks at AACE.

NEW Open Access eBook

Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education
During the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Stories from the Field
This open access, 854-page eBook is published by AACE and SITE to support teachers and teacher educators around the world who are working through the COVID-19 crisis. Collected in one volume are 133 papers documenting and highlighting the best practices, strategies, and efforts by teacher educators, researchers and practitioners across the globe as they respond rapidly to offer remote learning and teaching.

Resources for

  • Instructors teaching or planning to teach online,
  • Pre- and inservice teacher professional development,
  • Technical coordinators,
  • Course supplemental text,
  • Student readings,
  • and anyone interested in learning and teaching with technology.
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June 16, 2020

EDIL 2020 Online: Register by June 17 to Join Us!

An item from an up-coming AACE conference.

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Registration & Author Confirmation: June 17

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Register now and secure your spot at this one-of-a-kind online conference experience.

Accepted authors must register by June 17 and confirm presentations to be scheduled for both the live and pre-recorded sessions.

FInal Proceedings Papers Due June 17
For the Proceedings Guidelines click here.
EdMedia + Innovate Learning Will Feature These Exciting Keynote Talks & Much More!
  • Making Connections: Equipping the Next Generation of Teachers for Educational Technology Use

  • Digital Fluency: Moving Beyond Literacy to Prepare our Learners to Solve Big, Bold Problems

  • Quo Vadis TPACK? Scouting the Road Ahead

  • Digital “Wayfaring” in the Posthuman University

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June 15, 2020

LearnTechLib Search Alert: New Papers Added (Virtual School) – Jun 14, 2020

A similar item from another one of my open scholarship networks.

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Search Alert for “virtual school”

Dear Michael Barbour,

You have previously requested an automatic alert when new papers were added matching the search “virtual school”

The following paper has been added:

Adnan, M., Daud, M., Saud, M. & Wan Hussin, W. (2019). Utilization of Contextual Knowledge Elements in 3D CAD Model Visualization from the Perspectives of Practicing Engineers. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 14(24) 106-120.

Mohd Adnan; Mohd Daud; Muhammad Saud; Wan Wan Hussin

Today’s industry force demands for knowledgeable and skillful engineering graduates in using modern Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools. However, current practices show that there is a lack of contextual knowledge among Mechanical Engineering undergraduates and fresh graduate engineers in utilizing 3D CAD modeling software to develop a good product design. Hence, a study to address this issue is conducted by focusing on the representation of contextual knowledge in 3D CAD modeling. This article focused on presenting essential elements of contextual knowledge utilized among practicing engineers in their daily design works, in the aspect of Model Visualization. This study was conducted using a transcendental phenomenology approach…

https://www.learntechlib.org/p/217034/


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LearnTechLib Search Alert: New Papers Added (K-12 Online Learning) – Jun 14, 2020

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Search Alert for “K-12 online learning”

Dear Michael Barbour,

You have previously requested an automatic alert when new papers were added matching the search “K-12 online learning”

The following paper has been added:

Lazem, S. (2019). On Designing Blended Learning Environments for Resource-Challenged Communities. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 14(12) 182-192.

Shaimaa Lazem

The growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) adop-tion in emerging economies and more broadly Resource-Challenged Com-munities (RCC) motivates the exploration of Blended Learning (BL), a learning mode that mixes face-to-face and technology-mediated instruction. BL has the potential of broadening accessibility to quality learning anytime and anywhere. This article contributes a theoretical perspective for design-ing BL environments in RCC…

https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210502/


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