TD Tecnologie Didattiche

Since 1993, a four-monthly journal on Educational Technology

TD Tecnologie Didattiche addresses scholars, teachers, trainers and practitioners in the theory and practice of Educational Tecnology. Its aim is to help advance this field by sharing research outcomes and bringing to light the best educational practices.

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TOPICS
The journal accepts contributions on original ideas, practice and innovative models for technology enhanced learning in relation to educational contexts, contents and technologies of all kinds.

Topics covered include:

  • Theoretical aspects of Educational Technology
  • Innovative learning environments
  • Online education
  • Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)
  • Design and validation of learning environments
  • Learning assessment
  • Game-based learning
  • Informal learning
  • Digital Literacy
  • Technology for inclusive learning
  • Digital contents and educational resources
  • Research methods in educational technology
  • Policies for innovation in educational systems

REVIEW PROCESS
Manuscripts undergo a double-blind peer review process involving two reviewers and the editor of each issue.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: The migrant emergency: how technologies can support intercultural learning and access to education

 

Extended Deadline: June 12th, 2016

The intensification of conflicts in the Middle East and sub-Saharan area, as well as the poverty in which many people in developing countries live, have dramatically increased the number of children forced to drop out of their schooling, not to mention those who do not have even a short-medium term prospect of accessing education...

 
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Vol 23, No 3 (2015): TD66 - General Issue

Table of Contents

Editorial

Donatella Persico
130-131

Research papers

Francesca Pozzi, Andrea Ceregini, Donatella Persico
132-138
Donatella Cesareni, Stefano Cacciamani
139-147
Davide Parmigiani, Andrea Traverso, Valentina Pennazio, Alessia Olivieri
148-154
Valentina Pennazio
155-163
Davide Taibi, Ivana Marenzi, Deirdre Kantz, Giovanni Fulantelli
164-171

Column "Field experience"

Edoardo Datteri, Gilda Bozzi, Luisa Zecca
172-175
Alfonso D’Ambrosio
176-180

Column "Platforms/tools"

Laura Daricello, Alberto Cora, Antonio Maggio, Manuel Gentile, Simona Ottaviano, Dario La Guardia, Marco Arrigo, Valentina Dal Grande, Mario Allegra
181-185

Column "Projects"

Giovanni Fulantelli, Davide Taibi
186-189

Column "Opinion piece"

Maria Concetta Carruba
190-192