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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society (Je-LKS)
special issue on:
"Centrality of the experience in TEE: models and frameworks"

Guest editors:
Carlo Giovannella (Scuola IaD - University of Rome Tor Vergata)
Marcus Specht (Open University The Netherlands)

Guest authors:
Kinshuk & Sabine Graf (Athabasca University)
Rosemary Luckin (London Knowledge Lab)


Short Description
In the recent past, through the DULP lens, we tried - and we are still
trying - to investigate the future of the Technology Enhanced Education
See for example the workshop DULP@ICALT2010
and the special issue of IxD&A journal

With this special issue of the journal Jelks
we intend to collect and compare different models and frameworks that
could serve as reference for the development of future more personalized
and contextualized educational experiences, either formal and informal. We
also encourage the submission of papers that describe case studies in
which one of such models has been put in place and/or its degree of
success measured through appropriate indicators.

Important dates
* April 5th, 2011        First call for contribution
* June 15th, 2011        Deadline for submission of the contribution *
July 15th, 2011        Notification to the authors
* July 30th, 2011        Final camera ready manuscript and IEEE Copyright
form submission
* September, 2011        Publication of the special issue

Editorial guidelines
Papers must match the following specification also available at
Please take note that articles not correctly formatted will be rejected
before the peer-review process.
The papers may be submitted only using the submission procedure available
at .
The anonymous file must include:
- an abstract (max 1500 characters, spaces included);
- full text, acknowledgements, references (omitting the author's
references) notes, tables, figure captions, figures (max 5 tables or
- please take notice that the overall maximum size of the paper must be of
22.000 characters, spaces included.
This document should be anonymous: it should NOT contain any authors’
names or biographical notes.

Paper submissions
please select english language on the right column of this web-page

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