eLearning Papers has launched a new call on 'Learning and Social Networking'
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eLearning Papers seeks contributions about social networking and social software to supporting learning in both sections: In-Depth and From the Field. Deadline for submissions: September 09, 2011. Publication: October 2011.
The rapid emergence of social computing applications is changing the ways people connect with each other, as well as how they exchange and create knowledge. In particular, young people entering higher education are integrating ICT seamlessly into their everyday life and expect their educational institutions to support their digital lifestyle. Use of social software in combination with open content to support learning is a phenomenon largely emerging from outside educational institutions.
We specifically invite contributions which address one or several of the following issues:
-Innovative social computing technologies, applications, tools and environments for supporting learning
-Tools for supporting group-learning
-Case studies and best practices in social networking supported learning
-Communities of practice
-Progressive inquiry learning and other pedagogical models
-Assessment in social networking supported learning
-Gender, age, cultural issues in social networking supported learning
-Ethical issues in social networking supported learning
-IPR issues in social networking supported learning
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