I receive from Itiel Dror (Southampton) the announcement of a relevant call for paper for a special issue of , focusing on learning technologies:
Learning technologies have been taking an increasing role in almost all learning environments. They are used in a variety of informal and formal educational environments, from early years to university level and throughout adulthood, as well as in many commercial, industrial, and governmental settings. With the greater use of learning technologies it is critical to better understand how they interact with human cognition. Both in terms of how they may facilitate and enhance (as well as hinder) learning, and also in terms of how they affect the way we learn and acquire information, and the nature of cognition.
The full call for papers is available here.
(Deadline for submissions: 30 June 2007)