The influence of emotions, attitudes and perceptions on learning with technology
Welcome to this very international issue of Research in Learning Technology in which we present research that has been undertaken in UK, Chile, Finland, Germany, Portugal and USA. The articles on the use of technology span a range of effective teaching practices, showcase strategies for successful learning and propose ideas for future mechanisms to better engage students in their educational experiences. For me, one question running through this issue is: how is technology helping us to deliver more student-centred education?
(Published: 23 March 2015)
Citation: Research in Learning Technology 2015, 23: 27763 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v23.27763
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