Special Issue "Opportunities and Limitations of Using E-learning in School and Academic Education"
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The goal for this Special Issue is to offer a new approach to the discussion and presentation of the current opportunities and limitations of using e-learning in school and academic education. The Special Issue is an opportunity to discuss the main trends in e-learning and the associated research and to share experience and research results. The Special Issue provides an interdisciplinary platform for academic scholars and researchers to present and discuss current innovations, problems and tracks, and practical problems and solutions made in e-learning in school and academic education and e-learning research. We expect to engage and interact with authors and researchers from various countries, cultures, and fields in the area. The Special Issue will highlight new quality developments in research and theoretical findings of the opportunities and limitations of using e-learning in school and academic education.
The main aim of the Special Issue is to discuss and publish global prospects and innovations concerning major issues regarding the opportunities and limitations of using e-learning in school and academic education. The Special Issue seeks to stimulate the initiation of new research and ideas and face the advantages and barriers of using e-learning in formal education and higher education for the purpose of the integration and interaction of international specialists in the development of e-learning as interdisciplinary knowledge.
The Special Issue is mainly addressed to experts in pedagogy and adult education, trainers, teachers, and students from social sciences. We are also open to the results of interdisciplinary development and implementation work on e-learning.
Prof. Dr. Lazar Stošić
Dr. Łukasz Tomczyk
Prof. Dr. Alla Belousova
Prof. Dr. Laura Fedeli
Manuscript Submission Information
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Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere (except conference proceedings papers). All manuscripts are thoroughly refereed through a double-blind peer-review process. A guide for authors and other relevant information for submission of manuscripts is available on the Instructions for Authors page. Education Sciences is an international peer-reviewed open access monthly journal published by MDPI.
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- Blended learning
- Distance education
- COVID-19 and e-learning education
- Examples of the implementation of new e-learning platforms
- Methodology of e-learning
- Innovation in e-learning
- Attitudes of children, adolescents, and adults to e-learning
- Difficulties in implementing e-learning
- Directions for the development of e-learning
- Educational comparative studies—e-learning in the world
- Education policy and e-learning
- Digital school
- Modernization of schools
- Pre-service and in-service teacher training
- E-learning: approaches and strategies from pedagogical and didactical perspectives
- Universities and teacher-training centers and e-learning
- New media in education
- Pupil and teacher welfare and e-learning
- Children, young people, and adults with special educational needs and e-learning
- Disability and challenges with e-learning learning
- E-learning in lifelong learning
- E-learning platforms: technical aspects and best practices of implementation
- E-learning and informatics
- Learning style in distance learning and e-learning
- Identity of participants in the educational process in the digital environment
- Psychology of pedagogical interaction in the digital environment
- Psychology of pedagogical communication in distance learning and e-learning
- Individual psychological characteristics of children and youth in distance learning
- Information behavior of youth in the context of e-learning