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Mon, 16 Mar 2009 15:30:37 -0400
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IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies is pleased to announce the 
publication of the  special "Vision" issue focused on emerging trends 
in the field of learning technologies and the impact of new research 
in such areas as social computing, personalization, collaboration 
support, and modern interfaces on e-learning. Please, find the links 
to the papers in this issue below along with some information about 


Transactions on Learning Technologies
October-December 2008 (vol. 1. no. 4)

EIC Editorial: Vision Issue
Wolfgang Nejdl
Peter Brusilovsky
pp. 198


Toward Social Learning Enviroments
Transaction on Learning Technologies 1:4 (2008) pp. 199-214
Julita Vassileva


Lifelong Learner Modeling for Lifelong Personalized Pervasive Learning
Transaction on Learning Technologies 1:4 (2008) pp. 215-228
Judy Kay


On the Role of Technical Standards for Learning Technologies
Transaction on Learning Technologies 1:4 (2008) pp. 229-234
Erik Duval
Katrien Verbert


Video Collaboratories for Research and Education: An Analysis of
Collaboration Design Patterns
Transaction on Learning Technologies 1:4 (2008) pp. 235-247
Roy Pea
Robb Lindgren


Knowing, Communication and Experiencing through Body and Emotion
Transaction on Learning Technologies 1:4 (2008) pp. 248-259
Kristina Höök


IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies

IEEE TLT is publishing archival quality papers on all aspects of
advances in learning technologies.  In order to best serve the
community, TLT is published online, using a delayed open-access policy
under which paying subscribers and per-article purchasers have access to
newly published content, and then 12 months after the publication of
each issue, all readers will have access to the content, free of charge.

IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies is seeking papers, which
either describe original research or offer a critical review of the
state of the art in a particular area. For more information and
submissions see

Wolfgang Nejdl and Peter Brusilovsky

TLT Editorial Board:
Wolfgang Nejd, Peter Brusilovsky, Paul de Bra, David A. Connor,
Pierre Dillenbourg, Vania Dimitrova, Jim Greer, Eric R. Hamilton,
Friedrich Hesse, Judy Kay, Chee Kit Looi, Riichiro Mizoguchi,
Thomas Ottmann, Demetrios Sampson, Timothy K. Shih, Marcus Specht



Peter Brusilovsky
School of Information Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
135 North Bellefield Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Phone: 412 624 9404 +++ Fax: 412 624 2788

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