The scope of the 2010 eLearning and Software for Education Journal reflects the three interest areas of eLearning and Software for Education Conference: managing and developing the eLearning integrated solutions, immersive technologies in ADL, interoperability and reusability of the elearning objects. All e-learning related themes are accepted as topics. The following topics are given as an example:
- Innovative solutions in designing and realization of the support management systems for education and training
- eLearning platforms
- eLearning effectiveness and outcomes
- Course design in eLearning
- Pedagogical models in eLearning
- Emerging and best practices in eLearning
- Partnerships in eLearning
- Web-based learning including Wikis and Blogs
- Evaluation of eLearning
Recurrence, languages and services
The eLearning and Software for Education Journal includes articles presented on eLearning and Software for Education Conference and it is issued once time a year. The executive summary of each article, keywords, and full text are available in English. You can download each paper in PDF document.
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