This journal is a pioneering journal, which focuses on modern technology’s application in education sector and explores technological involvement in the interaction between teachers and students. The journal collects articles on the reforms of teaching and learning through technologies in creating a digital education environment and to reflect, scrutinize the latest trends of technology use in education. This peer-reviewed open access journal under SpringerOpen brand is a journal target help international stakeholders of smart learning environments in developing a better understanding of each other’s role in different phase of education and how the use of technology may progressively support each other. It provides opportunities for discussions and constructive dialogue among various stakeholders on the limitations of existing learning environments, need for reform, innovative uses of emerging pedagogical approaches and technologies, and sharing and promotion of best practices, leading to the evolution, design and implementation of smart learning environments.
The journal welcomes original and unpublished articles that are not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to Smart Learning Environments and four months thereafter. Articles can be submitted in following categories: research articles, case studies, best practices, and evidence based vision articles.
In the journal you can find interesting articles:
- Smart technology for self-organizing processes: Learning technology periodically undergoes changes in response to changes in the prevailing models of human cognition and learning. Smart technology attuned to the emergent character of learning and thinking does not simply turn more control over to the learners but shifts the emphasis from control to productive interaction among learners, teachers, ideas, and technology.
- Definition, framework and research issues of smart learning environments - a context-aware ubiquitous learning perspective: The rapid progress of mobile, wireless communication and sensing technologies has enabled the development of context-aware ubiquitous learning (u-learning) environments, which are able to detect the real-world learning status of students as well as the environmental contexts.
- Conditions for effective smart learning environments: Smart learning environments (SLEs) are defined in this paper as physical environments that are enriched with digital, context-aware and adaptive devices, to promote better and faster learning.
The journal is available here.
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