The COVID-19 pandemic has forced teachers and students worldwide to adopt digital learning in response to the challenges created by social distancing.
npj Science of Learning will be publishing a special Collection focused on these new efforts and experiences in digital learning, and the opportunities contributing to the learning experiences of students and their teachers.
Collection Editors: Nancy Law – Professor, University of Hong Kong, Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa – Harvard University, and Viki Hurst – Managing Editor, npj Science of Learning, Nature Research, are calling for Articles exploring the advances in digital modes of learning and teaching, and conceptual and/or methodological developments in specific areas in the Science of Learning, such as:
- Neuroscience for understanding and supporting learning
- Sociocultural models and issues in digital technology use in education
- Sociotechnical evolution/ecological models of educational transformations
- Artificial intelligence and data science for learning intervention and feedback
The deadline for full submissions is 17 September 2021 and further information is available via this link.
To submit your manuscript for consideration at npj Science of Learning as part of this Collection, please follow this page.
If you have any queries, contact Vicki Hurst, Managing Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
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