April 20, 2021
Modern instructional technologies such as online learning, cross reality, artificial intelligence, simulations, and online laboratories have become increasingly important for educational settings on all levels. This tendency is only reinforced by the growing digitalization, personalization, and internationalization of education. The COVID-19 crisis has only accelerated and strengthened these efforts. It is likely that even after the pandemic, many of the measures recently taken out of necessity will become part of the general canon of instructional approaches, methods, and tools.
The volume will include six book sections: The Future of Learning, Learning in a Digital World, Eruptive Technologies in Learning, Pedagogy of Active and Practical Online Learning, Machine Learning and Human Learning, and Reimagining and Rapid Transition of Learning. Each section will be edited by individual section editors. For further details refer to the editors or the Call for Book Chapter Proposals.
Volume editors are Michael Auer (CTI Frankfurt, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org), Andreas Pester (The British University in Egypt, Egypt, email@example.com), and Dominik May (University of Georgia, United States of America, firstname.lastname@example.org). Authors are invited to submit original work to one of the sections through the online submission tool. Deadline for abstract submissions in April 30th, 2021. Deadline for full manuscript submissions is September 15th, 2021.