SOTEL

Melbourne CSHE Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning research network

The research we have is not the research we need #EDUC90970 #SOTEL_AU #SOTELNZ

The special issue “A Synthesis of Systematic Review Research on Emerging Learning Environments and Technologies” edited by Drs. Florence Martin, Vanessa Dennen, and Curtis Bonk has assembled a noteworthy collection of systematic review articles, each focusing on a different aspect of emerging learning technologies. In this conclusion, we focus on these evidence-based reviews and their practical implications for practitioners as well as future researchers. While recognizing the merits of these reviews, we conclude our analysis by encouraging readers to consider conducting educational design research to address serious problems related to teaching, learning, and performance, collaborating more closely with teachers, administrators, and other practitioners in tackling these problems, and always striving to make a difference in the lives of learners around the world.

Reeves, T.C., Lin, L. The research we have is not the research we need. Education Tech Research Dev (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-020-09811-3 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-020-09811-3



Welcome to the MCSHE SoTEL research network

Welcome to the Melbourne CSHE Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SoTEL) research network.

The SoTEL research network will :

  • Showcase research informed TEL teaching practice
  • Support SoTEL transdisciplinary curriculum design teams and funding proposal development
  • Provide avenues for collaborative scholarly publication of TEL teaching practice in journals, such as:
    • PJTEL (Pacific Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning)
    • RLT (Research in Learning Technology)
    • AJET (Australasian Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning)
  • Mentor professional membership via ASCILITE (Australasian Society for Computers In Learning in Tertiary Education) and accreditation via CMALT (Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology)
  • Facilitate an international forum for SoTEL

The Melbourne CSHE SoTEL research network seeks to bring together specific expertise across all of the University Departments in: mobile learning, immersive reality, wearable technologies, enhanced simulation, design-based research, designing authentic learning, ePortfolios, and self-regulated learning.

If you are part of an existing TEL research group that would like to become part of the SoTEL research network, or you would like to join one, or establish a new one – please contact us:

Associate Professor Thomas Cochrane
Technology Enhanced Learning in Higher Education
cochrane.t@unimelb.edu.au

https://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/about/our-staff/thomas-cochrane


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