The OEE eLearning Papers provide an international platform for researchers, projects, and policy developers to publish material on digital and innovative education.
Funded by the European Commission, the papers will be peer reviewed, and once accepted published online rapidly, at no cost to contributors.
We are particularly interested to receive contributions from people in international projects and early stage researchers. We are happy to receive submissions on any relevant topic, but in particular welcome papers covering:
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Why should we implement games for learning? How should we do this? What games are appropriate for my needs? This new issue of eLearning Papers should help to find answers to such questions. The potential of Game Based Learning (GBL) is still underestimated. We firmly believe that GBL can play a major role in renewing learning as it is perceived by learners in all levels of education and training systems.
In parallel to the phenomenal rise of the digital game development industry, over time the acceptance of games in other sectors has also grown. Availability of the first...
Today, higher education is under tremendous pressure to meet greater expectations, whether it be student numbers, educational quality, the needs of professionals, or economic development. Meanwhile, the resources available to higher education institutions are declining.
While the purpose of universities may have remained constant for centuries, the world around them is undergoing significant change. The main challenges and trends impacting higher education today are: massification, globalization and internationalization, distance education, digitalization, privatization,...
By and large, languages, both as first, second or foreign languages remain one of the most important core subjects at every educational level. In early stages, their inclusion in the curriculum is intricately connected with (pre-)literacy practices, but also as a main driver for the successful integration of minority students learning a second language. In addition, the attainment of a certain level of a foreign language by the end of compulsory education is a common goal in most educational systems around the globe. Arguably, the key drivers of success in learning a language range from...