Book Project: Learning with Technologies in Learning #cfp #elearning #research #springer

There is a new book project we would like to invite interested authors named “Learning with Technologies in Learning

In six sections (see sections’ calls for chapters), this edited volume aims to contribute to the discussion about how to agree upon standards to design and organize learning with technologies, how to streamline future developments using online delivery, multimedia content as well as machine learning in educational settings in higher education and respective institutions, and how to put respective measures for quality assurance and validation processes into practice. This work will present a rich resource for contemporary and future design considerations in technology supported higher education.

We plan to publish this book in the first half of 2022 in Springer publishing house (Cham). At this point, we are in negotiations about the book with the publisher and expect a final decision by and contract signing with Springer by mid-April. Nevertheless, not to lose time, we start our work already now and invite you to participate with your valued knowledge and experience by submitting an abstract:

– Call for Paper publication: March 31, 2021
– Chapter manuscript proposals due (2-page abstract): April 30, 2021
– Feedback and manuscript invitation (pending publisher decision): May 15, 2021
Full chapter manuscripts due: September 15, 2021
– Notification of reviewers’ feedback: October 15, 2021
– Final chapter manuscript submission: October 29, 2021
– Notification of final decision: November 15, 2021
– Expected publication date: First half 2022

Find here the final call for contributions:
[Call for book chapter proposals]

[CfP] Handbook of Research on Digital Tools for Seamless Learning #CfP #elearning #research

Toegehter with my colleague I would like to invite you to write a contribution to our forthcoming book on “Handbook of Research on Digital Tools for Seamless Learning“:

The world is becoming a mobigital virtual space where people can learn and teach digitally anywhere and anytime. Emerging mobile technologies like wearables make the transformation even faster. In other words, more and more education is happening outside from schools or universities through technology. We as educators and scholars should ask especially for technological solutions supporting teaching and learning outside formal institutions. The book intends to offer the readers precise definitions about emerging technologies, with a strong focus on how they are/can be used for education via ground works, field studies and case studies.

If you are interested in it, please go to this website for more details: [Propose a Chapter]
Deadline is 15th of September, if you need more time let me know: [E-Mail]