VOL 31, NO 5 (2015) ascilite : SPECIAL ISSUE: EDUCATIONAL DESIGN RESEARCH. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Hoy traemos a este espacio el último número, un número especial de Australasian Journal of Educational Technology:

VOL 31, NO 5 (2015): SPECIAL ISSUE: EDUCATIONAL DESIGN RESEARCH

Educational Design Research (EDR) is an emerging approach that attempts to bridge the demand for rigorous research with the development of relevant solutions to educational problems, particular those that involve technology. EDR constitutes a family of design-oriented approaches to educational research, including but not limited to design-based research, design and development research, and design-based implementation research. The purpose of this special issue is to advance EDR by showcasing exemplars of high quality design-oriented research in technology-supported post-secondary educational settings.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

Editorial 31(5): Special issue on educational design research (EDR) in post-secondary learning environmentsPDF
Theodore J Kopcha, Matthew M Schmidt, Susan McKenney

SPECIAL ISSUE 2015

In search of design principles for developing digital learning & performance support for a student design taskPDF
Lars Bollen, Hans van der Meij, Henny Leemkuil, Susan McKenney
Re-designing university courses to support collaborative knowledge creation practicesPDF
Minna Lakkala, Auli Toom, Liisa Ilomäki, Hanni Muukkonen
Exploring College Students’ Online Help-Seeking Behavior in a Flipped Classroom with a Web-Based Help-Seeking ToolPDF
Erkan Er, Theodore J. Kopcha, Michael Orey, Wendy Dustman
Professional development in higher education: Designing and evaluating an interactive teaching resource portalPDF
Jen Scott Curwood, Martin Tomitsch, Kate Thomson, Graham Hendry
R-NEST: Design-Based Research for Technology-Enhanced Reflective Practice in Initial Teacher EducationPDF
Bonnie Thompson Long, Tony Hall
Conjecture mapping to optimize the design-based research processPDF
Helen Wozniak

COMMENTARY

Educational design research: Signs of progressPDF
Thomas C Reeves


ISSN: 1449-5554

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Luchar sin miedo, … y sin esperanza (I) : #BJET. British Journal of Educational Technology. September 2012

 
" Cuando la lucha de un hombre comienza dentro de sí, ese hombre vale algo. "
 Robert Browning 

Mientras en Chile andaban en las calles reclamando una educación pública, gratuita y de calidad ...y RTVE comienza su artículo titulado Multitudinaria protesta en Chile a favor de la reforma del sistema educativo con el siguiente texto "Al menos 200 personas han sido detenidas tras la multitudinaria manifestación de Santiago de Chile" .... cientos de miles de personas y la noticia los detenidos, información o criminalización ? .... y en España unos jornaleros de un sindicato llamado SAT continúan en una marcha , a pie, por Andalucia , y asaltan supermercados  con toda la atención del New York Times Crisis Reignites Old Conflicts.. ... despues de 38 años de gobierno PSOE ... y con Izquierda Unida en el gobierno de Andalucía ...recuerden en España nos espera, seguro, un otoño caliente educativo... tan cerca , tan cerca andamos de los años 30, tan cerca del IV Reich ....y a todo esto como ya hicieron Francia uy UK como si lo que ocurre en el mediterraneo no fuera con ellos... lo pagaron bien caro ... y lo pagaran ... acaso esto es una recesión? .... y es que como decía Alessandro Pertini

" A veces en la vida hay que saber luchar no sólo sin miedo, sino también sin esperanza. "

.. pero a lo que ibamos ...

Hoy os dejamos en este espacio al British Journal of Educational Technology ...correspondiente a September 2012
Volume 43, Issue 5
Pages 707–832, E143–E152

  1. Editorial

    1. Editorial: Social Networking and Mobile Learning (pages 707–710)Norbert Pachler, Maria Ranieri, Stefania Manca and John Cook
      Article first published online: 24 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01365.x
  2. Articles

    1. Online people tagging: Social (mobile) network(ing) services and work-based learning (pages 711–725)John Cook and Norbert Pachler
      Article first published online: 24 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01346.x
    2. Facebook as a learning tool? A case study on the appropriation of social network sites from mobile phones in developing countries (pages 726–738)Christoph Pimmer, Sebastian Linxen and Urs Gröhbiel
      Article first published online: 24 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01351.x
    3. Museum learning via social and mobile technologies: (How) can online interactions enhance the visitor experience? (pages 802–819)Koula Charitonos, Canan Blake, Eileen Scanlon and Ann Jones
      Article first published online: 24 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01360.x
    4. The five central psychological challenges facing effective mobile learning (pages 820–832)Melody M. Terras and Judith Ramsay
      Article first published online: 24 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01362.x
  3. Reviews – BJET’s Reviews Editor is EricDeeson@aol.com. Please email some details about yourself if you would like us to consider you for BJET’s panel of reviewers.

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