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July 21, 2019

Child Care Being Offered At 2019 AECT Convention

Note this information for an up-coming Fall conference.

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The AECT Board of Directors has approved a pilot program for offering child care at the 2019 AECT convention in Las Vegas. AECT will share the cost with those members using the service. The parent’s out-of-pocket cost will be $15 an hour per child. A minimum of 12 children will be needed to proceed with this program and contracted services.

Please contact AECT (email, aect@aect.org or phone, 812.335.7675) to let us know of your commitment, number of children and their ages, plus the approximate number of hours and days you will be using the service. AECT will require a deposit no later than August 30th to guarantee your space and the balance will be due at convention registration. You will also be required to sign consent forms for the child care/kids camp which will be provided byCorporate Kids Events, Inc.

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July 16, 2019

[AECT] July 15, 2019 – News & Notes

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July 15, 2019

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OTP RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE AWARDS DEADLINE EXTENSION

The Division of Organizational Training and Performance Awards deadline is today, July 15th!OTP will award one Best Practices Award and one Outstanding Research Award. Individuals and groups may submit applications. Please contact OTP Past President Jenny Bauman with any questions you may have. Click here for additional details and to submit your application today!  

GSA WEBINAR: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY FOR ENHANCING EDUCATION INTERNATIONALLY

AECT’s Graduate Student Assembly invites you to join us for our next webinar on July 24th at 1:00 PM EDT . Come learn from three experts in the AECT International Division who have extensive backgrounds in conducting research using ICT to enhance teaching and learning in a variety of countries. They will share lessons learned from their research experiences, such as tips for getting started and how to navigate the necessary logistics.

Special Guest Panelists:
– Briju Thankachan: Director of Curriculum and Assessment Design and Improvement, Ohio University
– Charles Wang: Professor, Florida Gulf Coast University
– Tutaleni Asino: Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University

Moderators:
– Bret Staudt Willet: PhD Candidate, Michigan State University
– Nicole Wang: PhD Candidate, Penn State University

To register, visit: https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_C6FSULiwTjO8HPj48Kp2eA 

ANNOUNCING JDFL SUBMISSION SYMPOSIUM

The JDFL Symposium will take place Sunday, October 20 and Monday, October 21, 2019 at the Westgate Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.

The symposium seeks to accomplish the following:

  • Discuss and share a dialog about the current state of formative design and design thinking in teaching and learning.
  • Provide an opportunity for potential authors who submit a plan of work for a draft, or a potential journal submission for the journal which will be presented discussed and assessed in a small group setting, in order to receive valuable feedback for crafting their forthcoming work.
  • Participate in world café roundtables to review full drafts from authors of planned submissions to the journal.

Specifics about submission requirements and more details about the symposium can be found on the Journal of Formative Design in Learning’s support site: http://formativedesign.org.

The final due date for abstracts and/or initial draft submissions is the week of July, 30 .
 

RICHARD B. LEWIS MEMORIAL AWARD

Do you know a school or system, public or private, you’d like to recognize for outstanding technology integration and media utilization programs? The School Media & Technology Division (SMT) is seeking nominations for the Richard B. Lewis Memorial Award for Outstanding School Media and Technology. Nominations are due August 15, 2019. Past applicants are eligible to reapply. For more information, please visit AECT’s website https://aect.org/aect_and_divisional_awards.php  or contact Leslie Blatt (MrsLes@aol.com ).  And you can follow SMT onFacebook.

LOOKING FOR RESEARCH SUMMARIES

AECT is looking for a series of one or more literature research summaries in the following areas:

  1. Virtual Reality
  2. Micro Learning
  3. Mobile Learning
  4. E-Learning
  5. Learning Analytics
  6. Augmented Reality
  7. Artificial Intelligence

If you have a recent (within the last 12 months) summary and are willing to share the information please let Phil Harris ( pharris@aect.org ) know. We are putting together a series of Research Summaries that can be used by scholars and researchers. We also have a request from our NATO partnership for this kind of publication. Exceptionally well-done literature summaries will be considered for publication in TechTrends as a peer-reviewed “Brief Communication.” Let us hear from you!

DELEGATION TO EGYPT – PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE

Connect with educational technology educators in Egypt as part of the AECT delegation, December 1-6, 2019. Led by Dr. Trey Martindale, AECT President, the program will give you a unique opportunity to learn about the state of STEM and educational technology in this developing country in the heart of the Middle East. ​ Click here to read the full brochure . September 1 is the deadline to enroll.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ICEM GRADUATE STUDENTS PANEL PRESENTATIONS IN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

ICEM Graduate Students Panel Presentations in Emerging Technologies: Research in Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, Educational Text Minding, Data-Driven Instructions, Adaptive Learning & Blockchain. This panel discussion is a collaborative session that provides a forum for graduate students from all over the world to share their research and practices in emerging technologies at the AECT 2019 Convention in Las Vegas. Deadline is July 21, 2019.Additional details can be found here.

CALL FOR PAPERS: DISTANCE EDUCATION ACROSS CRITICAL THEORETICAL LANDSCAPES

The  purpose  of this  special  themed  issue  is  to provide  a  venue  for scholars, researchers, instructional  designers, and classroom  teachers  to engage  with critical  theories  and diversity in open, flexible  and technology-mediated distance  learning environments.  To provide  the  most opportunity for inclusion, we  invite  submissions  that  consider a  wide  variety of technologies, pedagogies,  modes  and settings  (e.g., K-12, higher education, and industry/corporate  settings). We encourage  submissions  that  represent  the  theoretical  landscape, and which demonstrate  the breadth and depth of theoretical  lenses  that  have  been historically underrepresented. This includes, but  is  not  limited to the  following:  critical  race  theory, critical  pedagogies, disability studies, feminisms, heutagogy, and LGBTQIA+ studies. Finally, we  invite  a  variety of research paradigms  as  well  as  theoretical  pieces, meta-analyses, and strategic  reviews  of the literature.
More information can be found here: https://t.co/ 5WZg7UpOUk

AECT IN INDIA 2020 – SUMMER INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Call for Proposals is now available for the 2020 Summer International Research Symposium in India. Details can be found at https://aect.org/aect-india.php 

CALL FOR PAPERS – IJCIME2019

Call for Papers – International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019), December 17 – 19, 2019, Osaka, Japan

In response to a plethora of innovative, diverse, and interdisciplinary research related to information and digital media technologies, International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019) welcomes proposals, due August 31, 2019 . Papers presented at this forum are expected to be new research findings on a wide variety of topics related to information, media, and engineering, including the emerging areas of data visualization, artificial intelligence, robotics and augmented, virtual and mixed realities, and converging themes between media and engineering. The 2018 IJCIME proceedings was published through IEEE CPS, and indexed by EI (Engineering Index), CPCI (Conference Proceedings Citation Index), and IEEE Xplore. Papers also have the options to be published at International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (ISSN: 1539-3100),  Modern Education Technology (ISSN: 1009-8097), and Open Education Research (ISSN: 1007-2179). More details about the CFP and IJCIME2019 can be found at: http://www.icime2018.com/2019/cfp.

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

Learn how to create learning solutions with the use of multimedia options and technology that will improve learning and performance outcomes in a classroom or training facility. In the Master of Education in Instructional Design and Technology program at the University of Cincinnati, you will learn applied principles and theories that will help you reshape how education is received and retained.

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Address: 320 W. 8th Street, Suite 101
Bloomington, IN 47404-3745
Toll Free: 877-677-2328 | Phone: 812-335-7675
Email:  aect@aect.org
News & Notes – July 15, 2019

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July 9, 2019

[AECT] July 8, 2019 – News & Notes

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July 8, 2019

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AECT FOUNDATION AUCTION

Great fun ahead! The AECT Foundation is once again holding the annual fundraising auction at the Summer Leadership meeting in Bloomington on Monday evening, July 15. Don’t forget to bring your items for sale plus Christmas lists. Expect lots of fun, laughter, and great finds while supporting the Foundation’s continued efforts in awarding scholarships, internships, fellowships, and leadership-training programs for AECT. If you can’t make it to the event, your monetary gifts will be welcomed or we can have someone join in the bidding in your name. Contact Ana Donaldson at  ana.donaldson@cfu.net  if you would like to participate virtually or make a contribution.

ADDIE KINSINGER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Board of Directors, at its June 19, 2019 meeting, approved a name change for the AECT Internship Program, it is now the Addie Kinsinger Internship Program. This was done to recognize the contribution of Addie over her long career with AECT.

OTP RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE AWARDS DEADLINE EXTENSION

The Division of Organizational Training and Performance Awards deadline is extended to July 15th! OTP will award one Best Practices Award and one Outstanding Research Award. Individuals and groups may submit applications. Please contact OTP Past President Jenny Bauman with any questions you may have. Click here for additional details and to submit your application today!  

RICHARD B. LEWIS MEMORIAL AWARD

Do you know a school or system, public or private, you’d like to recognize for outstanding technology integration and media utilization programs? The School Media & Technology Division (SMT) is seeking nominations for the Richard B. Lewis Memorial Award for Outstanding School Media and Technology. Nominations are due August 15, 2019. Past applicants are eligible to reapply. For more information, please visit AECT’s website ( https://aect.org/aect_and_divisional_awards.php ) or contact Leslie Blatt (MrsLes@aol.com ).  And you can follow SMT onFacebook.

LOOKING FOR RESEARCH SUMMARIES

AECT is looking for a series of one or more literature research summaries in the following areas:

  1. Virtual Reality
  2. Micro Learning
  3. Mobile Learning
  4. E-Learning
  5. Learning Analytics
  6. Augmented Reality
  7. Artificial Intelligence

If you have a recent (within the last 12 months) summary and are willing to share the information please let Phil Harris ( pharris@aect.org ) know. We are putting together a series of Research Summaries that can be used by scholars and researchers. We also have a request from our NATO partnership for this kind of publication. Exceptionally well-done literature summaries will be considered for publication in TechTrends as a peer-reviewed “Brief Communication.” Let us hear from you!

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ICEM GRADUATE STUDENTS PANEL PRESENTATIONS IN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

ICEM Graduate Students Panel Presentations in Emerging Technologies: Research in Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, Educational Text Minding, Data-Driven Instructions, Adaptive Learning & Blockchain. This panel discussion is a collaborative session that provides a forum for graduate students from all over the world to share their research and practices in emerging technologies at the AECT 2019 Convention in Las Vegas. Deadline is July 21, 2019.Additional details can be found here.

CALL FOR PAPERS: DISTANCE EDUCATION ACROSS CRITICAL THEORETICAL LANDSCAPES

The  purpose  of this  special  themed  issue  is  to provide  a  venue  for scholars, researchers, instructional  designers, and classroom  teachers  to engage  with critical  theories  and diversity in open, flexible  and technology-mediated distance  learning environments.  To provide  the  most opportunity for inclusion, we  invite  submissions  that  consider a  wide  variety of technologies, pedagogies,  modes  and settings  (e.g., K-12, higher education, and industry/corporate  settings). We encourage  submissions  that  represent  the  theoretical  landscape, and which demonstrate  the breadth and depth of theoretical  lenses  that  have  been historically underrepresented. This includes, but  is  not  limited to the  following:  critical  race  theory, critical  pedagogies, disability studies, feminisms, heutagogy, and LGBTQIA+ studies. Finally, we  invite  a  variety of research paradigms  as  well  as  theoretical  pieces, meta-analyses, and strategic  reviews  of the literature.
More information can be found here: https://t.co/ 5WZg7UpOUk

AECT IN INDIA 2020 – SUMMER INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Call for Proposals will begin July 1, 2019 for the 2020 Summer International Research Symposium in India. Details can be found at https://aect.org/aect-india.php 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Are you exploring the use of virtual reality (VR) to support learning? Consider submitting your manuscript to the International Journal of Smart Technology and Learning . For this special issue we define VR as any technology that provides its users with an interactive computer-generated experience through text, audio, visual, spatial and/or speed messages within a simulated environment that engages its users in multi-sensory interactions and reactions for learning. By this definition, augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), hybrid reality and extended reality (XR) are included. Initial proposal submissions are due by July 12, 2019. Additional submission information and notes for authors can be found here . Questions can be directed to guest co-editors Charles Xiaoxue Wang or Michele Stork.

CALL FOR PAPERS – IJCIME2019

Call for Papers – International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019), December 17 – 19, 2019, Osaka, Japan

In response to a plethora of innovative, diverse, and interdisciplinary research related to information and digital media technologies, International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019) welcomes proposals, due August 31, 2019 . Papers presented at this forum are expected to be new research findings on a wide variety of topics related to information, media, and engineering, including the emerging areas of data visualization, artificial intelligence, robotics and augmented, virtual and mixed realities, and converging themes between media and engineering. The 2018 IJCIME proceedings was published through IEEE CPS, and indexed by EI (Engineering Index), CPCI (Conference Proceedings Citation Index), and IEEE Xplore. Papers also have the options to be published at International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (ISSN: 1539-3100),  Modern Education Technology (ISSN: 1009-8097), and Open Education Research (ISSN: 1007-2179). More details about the CFP and IJCIME2019 can be found at: http://www.icime2018.com/2019/cfp.

DELEGATION TO EGYPT – PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE

Connect with educational technology educators in Egypt as part of the AECT delegation, December 1-6, 2019. Led by Dr. Trey Martindale, AECT President, the program will give you a unique opportunity to learn about the state of STEM and educational technology in this developing country in the heart of the Middle East. ​ Click here to read the full brochure . September 1 is the deadline to enroll.

Association for Educational Communications and Technology
Address: 320 W. 8th Street, Suite 101
Bloomington, IN 47404-3745
Toll Free: 877-677-2328 | Phone: 812-335-7675
Email:  aect@aect.org
News & Notes – July 8, 2019

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July 2, 2019

[AECT] July 1, 2019 – News & Notes

A newsletter from yesterday.

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July 1, 2019

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ADDIE KINSINGER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Board of Directors, at its June 19, 2019 meeting, approved a name change for the AECT Internship Program, it is now the Addie Kinsinger Internship Program. This was done to recognize the contribution of Addie over her long career with AECT.

OTP RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE AWARDS DEADLINE EXTENSION

The Division of Organizational Training and Performance Awards deadline is extended to July 15th! OTP will award one Best Practices Award and one Outstanding Research Award. Individuals and groups may submit applications. Please contact OTP Past President Jenny Bauman with any questions you may have. Click here for additional details and to submit your application today!  

RICHARD B. LEWIS MEMORIAL AWARD

Do you know a school or system, public or private, you’d like to recognize for outstanding technology integration and media utilization programs? The School Media & Technology Division (SMT) is seeking nominations for the Richard B. Lewis Memorial Award for Outstanding School Media and Technology. Nominations are due August 15, 2019. Past applicants are eligible to reapply. For more information, please visit AECT’s website ( https://aect.org/aect_and_divisional_awards.php ) or contact Leslie Blatt (MrsLes@aol.com ).  And you can follow SMT onFacebook.

INCREASED IMPACT FACTOR FOR ETR&D

The 2018 2-yr impact factor of Educational Technology Research and Development is 2.115, the 5-yr impact factor is 2.672. Currently the journal ranks 56/243 in the category Education and Educational Research (Q1). In comparison with last year the 2-yr impact factor has increased 0.387. On behalf of AECT and Springer Nature, we congratulate all who contribute to the journal on this positive development.

LOOKING FOR RESEARCH SUMMARIES

AECT is looking for a series of one or more literature research summaries in the following areas:

  1. Virtual Reality
  2. Micro Learning
  3. Mobile Learning
  4. E-Learning
  5. Learning Analytics
  6. Augmented Reality
  7. Artificial Intelligence

If you have a recent (within the last 12 months) summary and are willing to share the information please let Phil Harris ( pharris@aect.org ) know. We are putting together a series of Research Summaries that can be used by scholars and researchers. We also have a request from our NATO partnership for this kind of publication. Exceptionally well-done literature summaries will be considered for publication in TechTrends as a peer-reviewed “Brief Communication.” Let us hear from you!

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ICEM GRADUATE STUDENTS PANEL PRESENTATIONS IN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

ICEM Graduate Students Panel Presentations in Emerging Technologies: Research in Social Network Analysis, Learning Analytics, Educational Text Minding, Data-Driven Instructions, Adaptive Learning & Blockchain. This panel discussion is a collaborative session that provides a forum for graduate students from all over the world to share their research and practices in emerging technologies at the AECT 2019 Convention in Las Vegas. Deadline is July 21, 2019.Additional details can be found here.

CALL FOR PAPERS: DISTANCE EDUCATION ACROSS CRITICAL THEORETICAL LANDSCAPES

The  purpose  of this  special  themed  issue  is  to provide  a  venue  for scholars, researchers, instructional  designers, and classroom  teachers  to engage  with critical  theories  and diversity in open, flexible  and technology-mediated distance  learning environments.  To provide  the  most opportunity for inclusion, we  invite  submissions  that  consider a  wide  variety of technologies, pedagogies,  modes  and settings  (e.g., K-12, higher education, and industry/corporate  settings). We encourage  submissions  that  represent  the  theoretical  landscape, and which demonstrate  the breadth and depth of theoretical  lenses  that  have  been historically underrepresented. This includes, but  is  not  limited to the  following:  critical  race  theory, critical  pedagogies, disability studies, feminisms, heutagogy, and LGBTQIA+ studies. Finally, we  invite  a  variety of research paradigms  as  well  as  theoretical  pieces, meta-analyses, and strategic  reviews  of the literature.
More information can be found here: https://t.co/ 5WZg7UpOUk

AECT IN INDIA 2020 – SUMMER INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Call for Proposals will begin July 1, 2019 for the 2020 Summer International Research Symposium in India. Details can be found at https://aect.org/aect-india.php 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Are you exploring the use of virtual reality (VR) to support learning? Consider submitting your manuscript to the International Journal of Smart Technology and Learning . For this special issue we define VR as any technology that provides its users with an interactive computer-generated experience through text, audio, visual, spatial and/or speed messages within a simulated environment that engages its users in multi-sensory interactions and reactions for learning. By this definition, augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), hybrid reality and extended reality (XR) are included. Initial proposal submissions are due by July 12, 2019. Additional submission information and notes for authors can be found here . Questions can be directed to guest co-editors Charles Xiaoxue Wang or Michele Stork.

CALL FOR PAPERS – IJCIME2019

Call for Papers – International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019), December 17 – 19, 2019, Osaka, Japan

In response to a plethora of innovative, diverse, and interdisciplinary research related to information and digital media technologies, International Joint Conference on Information, Media and Engineering (IJCIME2019) welcomes proposals, due August 31, 2019 . Papers presented at this forum are expected to be new research findings on a wide variety of topics related to information, media, and engineering, including the emerging areas of data visualization, artificial intelligence, robotics and augmented, virtual and mixed realities, and converging themes between media and engineering. The 2018 IJCIME proceedings was published through IEEE CPS, and indexed by EI (Engineering Index), CPCI (Conference Proceedings Citation Index), and IEEE Xplore. Papers also have the options to be published at International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (ISSN: 1539-3100),  Modern Education Technology (ISSN: 1009-8097), and Open Education Research (ISSN: 1007-2179). More details about the CFP and IJCIME2019 can be found at: http://www.icime2018.com/2019/cfp.

DELEGATION TO EGYPT – PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE

Connect with educational technology educators in Egypt as part of the AECT delegation, December 1-6, 2019. Led by Dr. Trey Martindale, AECT President, the program will give you a unique opportunity to learn about the state of STEM and educational technology in this developing country in the heart of the Middle East. ​ Click here to read the full brochure . September 1 is the deadline to enroll.

Association for Educational Communications and Technology
Address: 320 W. 8th Street, Suite 101
Bloomington, IN 47404-3745
Toll Free: 877-677-2328 | Phone: 812-335-7675
Email:  aect@aect.org
News & Notes – July 1, 2019

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June 28, 2019

TechTrends, Vol. 63, Issue 4 – New Issue Alert

No K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning articles in this issue – but several interesting articles.

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In this issue

Editor’s Notes

Editor’s Notes

Charles B. Hodges

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Column: History Corner

Contributions of Dr. Peggy Ertmer: a Career Worthy of Recognition

Holly Fiock

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Column: Rethinking Technology & Creativity in the 21st Century

Using Creativity and Imagination to Understand our Algorithmic World: a Conversation with Dr. Ed Finn

Mathew D. Evans, Danah Henriksen & Punya Mishra

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Student Perceptions of Lecture-Capture Video to Facilitate Learning in a Flipped Classroom

Ying Xiu, Michael Edward Moore, Penny Thompson & Donald P. French

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Analysis of Student Use of Video in a Flipped Classroom

Brian J. Beatty, Zahira Merchant & Michael Albert

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Maker’s Workshop: a Framework to Support Learning through Making

Rachel Kaminski Sanders, Theodore J. Kopcha, Kalianne L. Neumann, Kristin Brynteson & Carrie Bishop

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Makerspaces in Diverse Places: A Comparative Analysis of Distinctive National Discourses Surrounding the Maker Movement and Education in Four Countries

Natalie Roote Irie, Yu-Chang Hsu & Yu-Hui Ching

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Social Presence in an Online Professional Conference

Luisa F. Castro

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PERFLECT: Design and Evaluation of an Electronic Development Portfolio Aimed at Supporting Self-Directed Learning

Jorrick Beckers, Diana H. J. M. Dolmans & Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer

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Building Digital Literacy Bridges: Connecting Cultures and Promoting Global Citizenship in Elementary Classrooms through School-Based Virtual Field Trips

Stacy Delacruz

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“It’s So Wonderful Having Different Majors Working Together”: the Development of an Interdisciplinary Design Thinking Minor

Jason K. McDonald, Richard E. West, Peter J. Rich & Isaac Pfleger

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Graduate Students Using Concept Mapping to Visualize Instructional Design Processes

Tian Luo & John Baaki

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Learning to Teach with Virtual Reality: Lessons from One Elementary Teacher

Timothy Patterson & Insook Han

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Global Digital Citizenship: Providing Context

Shadow W. J. Armfield & J. Michael Blocher

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Designing Digital Badging Programs: Findings from an Interview-Based Study with Instructional Designers

Kyle Rosenberger

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Exploring the Role of Feedback and its Impact within a Digital Badge System from Student Perspectives

Erin D. Besser & Timothy J. Newby

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Column: Book Reviews

Review of Muilenberg, L.Y., & Berge, Z.L. (Eds.). (2016). Digital Badges in Education: Trends, Issues, and Cases. New York, NY: Routledge

Denver J. Fowler & Sarah M. Jouganatos

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Spencer P. Greenhalgh & Matthew J. Koehler

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2019 AECT International Convention

The Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT) International Convention will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 21-24, 2019. For more information, please visit the AECT homepage

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