Designs for Learning is an international, Nordic-based peer-reviewed and open access journal in electronic format. The scope of the journal is to publish articles on designs for learning, technology enhanced learning, design-based research, multimodal knowledge representations, embodied interaction, on-line environments, and learning ecologies. We welcome original articles that address theoretical or methodological issues, as well as empirically based research. We also welcome (multimodal) publications that include formats such as audiovisual material.
The international, Nordic-based peer-reviewed and open access journal Designs for Learning issues a call for papers for a Special Theme Collection comprising academic articles focused on the design oriented collaboration between researchers and professional staff of different kinds (museum curators, teachers, headmasters, textbooks publishers, game producers, organizers of maker-spaces, architects and others) to develop new learning environments or resources. In this themed issue, we are seeking contributions from authors across different countries and backgrounds.
The idea is to give a broad presentation of how researchers can work in partnership with professional practitioners, as well as possibly other stakeholders, albeit with different interests and responsibilities. The research and practice nexus may also involve multi-disciplinary collaboration from scholars and practitioners across design-oriented multimodal studies on meaning-making, or for example teacher training.
The submission deadline is 25th of August 2021, and the instructions for authors can be found here. Any questions about content, formats or technical issues can be directed to the Theme Issue Editors: Staffan Selander or Fei Victor Lim.
Posted on 10 Jun 2021