Editorial- the changing face of ALT-J
The ALr-J conference special issue is usually introduced by an editorial by the organizers of the conference. This year, we are breaking with tradition by including an article which discusses the way in which the conference has changed over the last seven years. Encouragingly it suggests that there is evidence that learning technology is maturing as a research area, and becoming more firmly embedded into tertiary institutions.
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