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Advances in Multimedia and Educational Technology

New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia

Interested in contributing a paper?

With the advances in communication & information, multimedia and other new technologies, the paradigm of education has been shifting from the conventional paper-based instruction to technology-embedded instruction. Educational institutions around the world have been incorporating new technologies into existing curriculum and course design in order to reinforce traditional textbook-based and classroom-based instruction. These technology-mediated learning environments have helped learners interact with contents, peers, and teachers. Now, thanks to the development of digital devices such as mobile phones and smart pads, ubiquitous learning following anywhere and anytime principles has become the new educational trend.

The objective of this Special Issue is to investigate and explore the impact and outcome of integrating new technologies into the field of education and training. Articles for this Special Issue can address the range of education and training settings, focusing on the theory, practice, or development of multimedia and educational technology. Particularly, there should be a focus on pedagogical applications of new technologies in order to offer innovative ideas and insight in the fields of education and training.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Multimedia assisted learning and teaching
  • Theories and practice of educational technology
  • Pedagogical applications of smart technology
  • Educational systems and curriculum development with new technology
  • E-learning, m-learning, u-learning, and smart-learning
  • Distance learning and blended learning
  • Learning management systems (LMS) & Course management systems (CMS)
  • Multimedia aided language learning (MALL)
  • Educational Innovation in STEAM
  • VR/AR Innovation for Education

Authors can submit their manuscripts via the Manuscript Tracking System at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tham

Manuscript Due: 31 May 2019
First Round of Reviews: 31 July 2019
Publication Date (Tentative): 1st/2nd Quarter in 2020

Prof. Seungmin Rho,
Department of Media Software,
Sungkyul University, Korea

Dr. Dongwann Kang,
Faculty of Science and Technology,
Bournemouth University, UK