Special Issue Call: CHILDREN AND THE DIGITAL

May 12, 2021

Special Issue Call: CHILDREN AND THE DIGITAL

Editors
Claudia Giudici (Reggio Children and University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - Italy)
Nando Rinaldi (Istituzione Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres, Municipality of Reggio Emilia - Italy)

Important dates
Initial manuscripts due 16th August 2021
Full Issue published within 2021

Publication will follow an 'online first' approach. As soon as a paper is accepted, it will be published online. The full issue will be published as all the submitted papers are reviewed.

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ATTENTION!!!

The submission for the permanent call is suspended until the end of this Special Issue Call.

Journal Description

Bibliometrics


Italian ANVUR Ranking
A-Class for Sector 10, 11-D1 and 11-D2


Publish-or-Perish (2020)
- Scopus H-Index: 15
- Microsoft Academic H-Index: 15
- Google Scholar H-Index: 25

Scopus (from 2009; reference year: 2019; reference date: June 2020)
- Citescore (2019): 1.8
- CiteScore Rankings (2019) 
  - Education: Q2, 63rd percentile (#461 out of 1264);
 - Computer Science Application: Q3, 41st percentile (#373 out of 636);


Web of Science (from 2015; reference date: June 2020)
- H-Index: 7
- Average citation per Item: 1.57

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Vol 16 No 4 (2020): Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society - Special Issue on "Open Teaching"

Vol. 16, No 4 (2020)

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Special Issue on "Open Teaching: research and practices on open, innovative and engaging pedagogies"

Published: Dec 31, 2020

Second Cover

Managing Editor
Read Statistic: 82

Open teaching: research and practice on open, innovative and engaging pedagogies

I-IV Fabio Nascimbeni, Ulf-Daniel Ehlers
Read Statistic: 202

Open pedagogy practices: a case study in undergraduate education

1-10 Gigliola Paviotti, Ilaria D'Angelo, Catia Giaconi, Alessio Cavicchi
Read Statistic: 233

DEPIT application: open and shared digital artefacts for visible design

11-19 Chiara Laici, Maila Pentucci
Read Statistic: 169

Self-directed open educational practices for a decolonized South African curriculum: a process of localization for learning

20-28 Jako Olivier
Read Statistic: 570

An Open and Multi-Layer Web Platform for Higher Music Education

29-37 Adriano Baratè, Luca Andrea Ludovico
Read Statistic: 180

Wikipedia as OER: the “Learning with Wikipedia” project

38-45 Corrado Petrucco, Cinzia Ferranti
Read Statistic: 583

Start@unito as Open Educational Practice in Higher Education

46-55 Marina Marchisio, Sergio Rabellino, Matteo Sacchet
Read Statistic: 151

Making Open Educational Practices real. The case of “The Grand Challenge 2020”

56-66 Ulf-Daniel Ehlers
Read Statistic: 126

Student experiences of Open Educational Practices: a systematic literature review

67-75 Dr. Jo Axe, Dr. Elizabeth Childs, Dr. Irwin DeVries, Mr. Keith Webster
Read Statistic: 178

The impact of a Technology-based approach for the learning of Mathematics at secondary school level

76-85 Perienen Appavoo
Read Statistic: 225

Does the sequence of flipped and lecture-based classes affect the academic achievement and satisfaction of medical students?

86-93 Azadeh Shabani, Aeen Mohammadi, Rita Mojtahedzadeh, Ali Hosseini, Somayeh Valadkhani, Alireza Sistani, Shadi Asadzandi, Hamed Rashidi
Read Statistic: 132

Community of Inquiry (CoI) Framework and Course Design as Predictors of Satisfaction in Emergency Remote Teaching: Perspectives of Hospitality Management Students

94-103 Vidya Patwardhan, Shreelatha Rao, Thirugnanasambantham, Narayan Prabhu
Read Statistic: 345
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