Technology Enhanced Learning: Best Practices: Best Practices

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Lytras, Miltiadis D.
IGI Global, Apr 30, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 404 pages
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With the shift towards the knowledge society, the change of working conditions, and the high-speed evolution of information and communication technologies, peoples' knowledge and skills need continuous updating. Learning based on collaborative working, creativity, multidisciplinarity, adaptiveness, intercultural communication, and problem solving has taken on an important role in everyday life.

Technology Enhanced Learning: Best Practices goes beyond traditional discussion on technology enhanced learning to provide research and insights on increasing the efficiency of learning for individuals and groups, facilitating the transfer and sharing of knowledge in organizations, and understanding of the learning process by exploring links among human learning, cognition, and technologies. This book offers estimable, comprehensive research to researchers and practitioners in the field of technology enhanced learning in various disciplines, including education, sociology, information technology, workplace learning, entertainment, healthcare, tourism, and many others.


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Miltiadis D. Lytras has co-edited/co-edits, 25 special issues in International Journals (e.g., IEEE Transaction on Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Transactions on Education, Computers in Human Behaviour, etc.) and has authored/[co-]edited 12 books (e.g., Open Source for Knowledge and Learning Management, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Knowledge Management, Intelligent Learning Infrastructures for Knowledge Intensive Organizations, and Semantic Based Information Systems). He is the founder and officer of the Semantic Web and Information Systems Special Interest Group in the association for information systems ( He serves as the (Co) Editor-in-Chief of 12 international journals (e.g., International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, International Journal on Social and Humanistic Computing, International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems, International Journal on Digital Culture and Electronic Tourism, International Journal of Electronic Democracy, International Journal of Electronic Banking, and International Journal of Electronic Trade) while he is an associate editor or editorial board member of seven more.

Dragan Gasevic is a Canada Research Chair in Semantic Technologies and an assistant professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. He is also an adjunct professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University, Surrey. His research interests include semantic technologies, software language engineering, technology-enhanced learning, and service-oriented architectures. He is a recipient of Alberta Ingenuity’s 2008 New Faculty Award and has been a principle investigator of several large scale research projects in Canada and Europe. He has (co-)authored more than 200 research papers. He is the lead author of the book monograph entitled Model Driven Engineering and Ontology Development whose second edition is published by Springer in 2009. He has been serving on editorial boards of five international journals and has edited special issues in journals such as IET Software, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, and Elsevier’s Information Systems. Being organizer, chair, and member of program committees of many international conferences and workshops, he is currently serving on the steering committee of the International Conference on Software Language Engineering. Dragan’s home page is available at

Patricia Ordˇ˝ez de Pablos is a professor in the Department of Business Administration and Accountability in the Faculty of Economics at The University of Oviedo (Spain). Her teaching and research interests focus on the areas of strategic management, knowledge management, intellectual capital, and China. She serves as an Associate Editor for the Behaviour and Information Technology journal. Additionally, she is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital (IJLIC) and the International Journal of Strategic Change Management (IJSCM). She is also Editor-in-Chief of IGI Global’s International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM), as well as editor for a number of IGI Global book publications and full book series. [Editor]

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