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

N. 15 special issue on:

"Exploring the future of Technology Enhanced Education: visions,
practical implementations and impact of glocalities"
(guest editors: Sabine Graf & Alke Martens)

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

(the previous issue, N. 13-14, on:
HCI@large: Educate to the new frontiers of the Human-Machine Interaction
is also available for free download )

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

Next issue, N. 16, will be dedicated to

"Horizon 2020: Smart City Learning"

and will include selected contributions presented at Alpine Rendez-Vouz
2013 during the homonymous workshop.
Submission of contributions for this special issue is still open:

Important dates:
10 march -> deadline for paper submission
10 april -> notification of acceptance/rejection
30 april -> special issue publication

Topic of interest:
• Pedagogical approaches, strategies, process and methods best suited
for Smart City Learning
• Identification of relevant skills and competencies
• Technological Ecosystems supporting learning in and from the 'Smart Cities'
• The "mediator/trigger/supporting" role of technology
• "Fluxes" relevant to smart city learning
• Services that can incorporate learning
• Redefinition and redesign of learning spaces
• Crowd sourcing and/or redefinition of content formats and functionalities
• The impact of contextualization, glocalities, identities
• Ecological monitoring and visualization of flows, behaviors, experience's styles
• Data security and privacy issues
• Resilience and possible autopoietical redefinition of Smart City Learning
• Pilot projects of Smart City Learning
• Future scenarios of Smart City Learning

Please submit your paper using the IxD&A submission System at:

Paper (max 14 pages) should be written according to the IxD&A format, see:

We also invite submission of original contributions as regular papers
(full, short, position and review papers).
All submissions will be submitted to the standard peer review process.

IxD&A Journal, issue N. 15 - ToC

"Envisioning the Transformative Role of IT in Lectures", pp. 7-17
Telmo Zarraonandia, Ignacio Aedo, Paloma Diaz

"Is complexity tameable ? Toward a design for the experience in a
complex world", pp. 18-30
Carlo Giovannella

"Learning the Greek Language via Greeklish", pp. 31-39
Alexandros Karakos, John Papaioannou, Anastasia Georgiadu

"Large multitouch screens to enhance collaboration in the classroom of
the 21st century: an Italian experiment", pp. 40-56
Alessandra Agostini, Elisa Di Biase

"REFF book as a Mode-2 learning platform", pp. 57-67
Luca Simeone, Salvatore Iaconesi, Federico Monaco

"Design and implementation of a low-cost classroom response ystem for a
future classroom in the developing world", pp. 68-84
Imran A. Zualkernan

Regular papers

"Reponsive and Open Learning Environments (ROLE): Requirements,
Evaluation and Reflection", 87-101
Effie Lai-Chong Law, Hans-Christian Schmitz, Martin Wolpers, Ralf
Klamma, Marcel Bertold, Dietrich Albert

"An exploration on possible correlations among perception and physical
characteristics of EMOVO emotional portrayals", pp. 102-111
Carlo Giovannella, Daniele Floris, Andrea Paoloni

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