With the aim of discussing "old" and "new" teaching technologies, based on research and on the strategies and praxis of the use of technologies and methodologies in the different teaching levels, and also embracing the contribution and active participation of researchers, teachers, creators, managers and other specialists, the work will provide inputs on the following topics: Students' perspectives on media in the classroom, Students and media (as content and as tools for learning), Educational Media Design, Institutional Impact of the integration of Educational Media, Old v. New Media: what really matters, Research and Evaluation, Personal and/or social learning environments/networks, Media and inclusion, Media and informal learning, Immersive learning environments, Virtual mobility in Education, Mobile learning, Media and literacies.
Old Meets New: Culture and Digital Technologies in Schools.- What Is This Thing Called "Design" in Instructional Design Research?-The ABC Instant Research Question Generator.- Designing Educational Multimedia Resources.- An Evaluation Model for Quality Assurance of Blended Learning: Exploring the Lecturers' Perspectives.- Re_ective Map About the Limits and Challenges of Continued Training of Teachers for the Use of Mobile Technologies: The Experience of PROUCA.- Web 1.0 and Web 2.0: An Anglo-Portuguese Research Project on the Impact of Using Technology in Science Education Programmes.- Learning Foreign Languages in the Twenty-First Century: An Innovating Teletandem Experiment Through Skype.
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Explores the pros and cons of the use of ICT in education in one book
Covers the latest research in the area of Media in Education
Represents the best papers from the joint ICEM SIIE 2011 conference (Portugal)
Provides a global view on the use of ICT in education