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*International Journal on Interaction Design & Architecture(s) - IxD&A

- a SCOPUS and Web of Science - Emerging Sources (Thomson Reuters) 
indexed Journal -

*N. 27 *special issue on:

"*Smart City Learning: Opportunities and Challenges*"
(guest editors: /Paloma Diaz, Monica Divitini, Fernando Ramos/)
including a /focus section/ on
"*Innovation in Human Computer Interaction: What can we learn from 
Design Thinking?*"
(guest editors: /Alma Leora Culén and Asbjørn Følstad/)

is now available for free downloading:
see "ToC" below.

/IxD&A implements the Gold Open Access road to its contents with no 
charge to the authors/

*IxD&A Journal, issue N. 27 - ToC*

• /Preface/
by Paloma Diaz, Monica Divitini, Fernando Ramos, pp. 3 - 5

• Dominik Bork, Hans-Georg Fill, Dimitris Karagiannis, Elena-Teodora 
Miron, Nikolaos Tantouris, Michael Walch
/Conceptual Modelling for Smart Cities: A Teaching Case, pp. 10  - 27,
• Francesco Gianni and Monica Divitini
/Technology-enhanced Smart City Learning: a Systematic Mapping of the 
Literature, pp. 28 - 43/

• Nuala Hunt, Michael O’Grady, Conor Muldoon, Barnard Kroon, Tomi 
Rowlands, Jie Wan, Gregory O’Hare
/Citizen Science: A Learning Paradigm for the Smart City?, pp. 44 - 65/

• Sobah Abbas Petersen, Grazia Concilio, Manuel Oliveira
/Smart Neighbourhood Learning - the case of MyNeighbourhood, pp. 66 - 78/

• Carlo Giovannella, Diana Andone, Mihai Dascalu, Elvira Popescu, 
Matthias Rehm, Giuseppe Roccasalva
/Smartness of Learning Ecosystems and its bottom-up emergence in six 
European Campuses, pp. 79 - 92
• Chien Wen Yuan, Benjamin V. Hanrahan, Sooyeon Lee, John M. Carroll
/Designing Equal Participation in Informal Learning for People with 
Visual Impairment, pp. 93 - 106/

*/Focus Section/*

• /Preface to the Focus Section/
by Alma Leora Culén and Asbjørn Følstad, pp. 109 - 114

• Ingrid Mulder
/A pedagogical framework and a transdisciplinary design approach to 
innovate HCI education, pp 115 - 128/

• Sumit Pandey
/Proto Design Practice: translating design thinking practices to 
organizational settings, pp. 129 - 158/

• Anna Thies
/On the Value of Design Thinking for Innovation in Complex Contexts: A 
Case from Healthcare , pp. 159 - 171/

*/Regular Papers/*

• Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo, Annie Sungkajun, Tiffany Sanchez, Jinkyo Suh
/Touchology: Peripheral Interactive Plant Design for Well-being, pp 175 
- 187/


• *Next issue, N. 28*, will be dedicated to

'Mobile learning and Special Education'
Guest Editors: Peña L. Bedesem, Enrico Gandolfi, Richard E. Ferdig,  C. 
C. Lu

/and will contain a focus section on:
/'Emotions and Personality in Personalized Systems'
Guest Editors: Nadja DeCarolis, Marco de Gemmis, Andrej Košir e Marko 


• *Open submissions: special issue N. 29*

'The Social Innovation capacity of Open Education and Learning'
Guest Editors: Carlo Giovannella & Demetrios Sampson
with a focus section on:
/"Experiences of Technology Appropriation: Unanticipated Users, Usage, 
Circumstances, and Design"
Guest Editors: Alina Krischkowsky, Nervo Verdezoto, Manfred Tscheligi/, 
/Michael Muller

forthcoming issues:

• Autumn 2016
'On Making'
Guest Editors: Joep Frens, Bart Hengeveld, Pierry Levy, Patrizia Marti
/with a focus section on:/
'Player and Learner eXperience'
Guest Editors: Monica Divitini, Gabriella Dodero, Rosella Gennari

• Winter 2016
'Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development'
Guest Editors: Alke Martens, Radu Vasiu, Annika Wolff

We also invite submission of original contributions as regular papers
(full, short, position and review papers).
All submissions will undergo a standard double blind peer review process.
**** 2015: ***IxD&A in figures **** *
acceptance rate: *around 35%*;
*4***special issues + *4 *focus sessions (*24* guest editors); *34* 
papers published, written by *112* authors from *21* countries (*5* 
IxD&A has been visited by scholars from all over the world coming from 
more than *120* countries/
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