Special Issue "Digital Innovation in Education"
A special issue of Education Sciences (ISSN 2227-7102). This special issue belongs to the section "Technology Enhanced Education".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2023 | Viewed by 14337
Special Issue Editors
Interests: educative technology; active methodologies; research in university and non-university teaching; inclusive education
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Interests: digital competence; risks related to the use of technologies; educational innovation; digital entrepreneurship; university teaching; secondary school teaching
Special Issue Information
The future of education requires a systematic analysis and reflection from the scientific community, especially in the current context marked by the global pandemic, which continues to affect society. Based on the contributions of the respective authors participating in this Special Issue, we aim to strengthen the knowledge for guiding the future of education in the 21st century. The aim is to delimit, through research and innovation, new educational scenarios in which the digital component is integrated in a significant way.
This Special Issue aims to bring together papers that contribute to the evolution and improvement of today's society based on education and digital technology. We are at a historic turning point. We must take advantage of this moment of reflection to define what kind of education we want for the future and how digital technology will be incorporated into it.
This Special Issue focuses on new proposals, methodologies, resources, research, innovations, reviews, etc., on education and digital technology. We welcome contributions from different disciplines (Arts and Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, Social and Legal Sciences, Engineering and Architecture), teaching modalities (face-to-face, remote and a mix of both) and educational levels (university and non-university).
The aim of this Special Issue is to increase the knowledge of new perspectives, approaches, evidence, advances, achievements, opportunities and proposals that contribute to improving teaching–learning processes in a future new society, which is taking shape day by day. There are numerous topics that can be explored, provided that they focus on quality research and innovation. In this Special Issue, original research articles and reviews are welcome. Research areas may include (but not limited to) the following:
- Intelligent tutoring systems.
- Automatic evaluation systems.
- Intelligent agents.
- Representation and modelling of learning activities or educational objects.
- Artificial Intelligence techniques applied to education in face-to-face and remote contexts.
- Active methodologies in hybrid and virtual learning environments.
- Digital competences of students and university teaching staff.
- Ubiquitous learning in today's society.
- Disruptive educational experiences in digital contexts.
- Digital resources and attention to the diversity of university students.
- Empirical research on experiences and good teaching practices based on digital technology.
- Innovation and research in hybrid and remote university teaching.
- Digital transformation and face-to-face teaching.
- Digital media and assessment tools.
- Digital technology and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Prof. Dr. Rosabel Roig-Vila
Prof. Dr. Miguel Angel Cazorla Quevedo
Prof. Dr. Víctor González-Calatayud
Manuscript Submission Information
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- digital technology
- artificial intelligence
- ubiquitous learning
- disruptive teaching
- digital transformation