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The future learning environment, pedagogical and technological perspectives
This thematic series publishes the latest research findings and share good practices on the future learning environments, from both pedagogical and technological perspectives.

Edited by: Simon K.S. Cheung, Lam For Kwok, Kongkiti Phusavat and Harrison Yang

Towards a critical perspective on data literacy in higher education. Emerging practices and challenges
New Content ItemThis thematic series attempts to address a number of topics connected with the research problem of data literacy for teaching and learning in Higher Education. 
Edited by: Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli, Stefania Manca, Bonnie Stewart, Paul Prinsloo and Albert Sangrà

Can artificial intelligence transform higher education?

New Content ItemThis thematic series examines the  impact of artificial intelligence on higher education. The focus is primarily on the use of AI for supporting teaching and learning.

Edited by Tony Bates, Cristóbal Cobo, Olga Mariño and Steve Wheeler

Food, nutrition and the online: Opportunities and challenges for higher education and life long learning

New Content ItemThis thematic series aims to raise awareness and help to adapt food related modules/courses to new opportunities and educational challenges. 

Edited by: F. Xavier Medina, Alicia Aguilar, Ana Pinto Moura, Jesús Frias and José Antonio Vázquez

Technology Enhanced Learning or Learning driven by Technology?
New Content ItemThis thematic series focuses on disseminating learning experiences and critical studies enhanced by technology and not compelled by the use of technology. 

Edited by Denise Whitelock, Eric Ras, Nicola Capuano, Maria Jesús Marco Galindo and David Baneres

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The future learning environment, pedagogical and technological perspectives
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education
Edited by: Simon K.S. Cheung, Lam For Kwok, Kongkiti Phusavat and Harrison Yang
Collection first published: 18 September 2020

Towards a critical perspective on data literacy in higher education. Emerging practices and challenges.
Edited by: Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli, Stefania Manca, Bonnie Stewart, Paul Prinsloo and Albert Sangrà
Date first published: 22 June 2020

Can artificial intelligence transform higher education?
Edited by: Tony Bates, Cristóbal Cobo, Olga Mariño and Steve Wheeler
Date first published: 28 October 2019

Food, nutrition and the online: Opportunities and challenges for higher education and life long learning
Edited by: F. Xavier Medina, Alicia Aguilar, Ana Pinto Moura, Jesús Frias and José Antonio Vázquez
Date first published: 27 May 2019

Technology Enhanced Learning or Learning driven by Technology?
Edited by: Denise Whitelock, Eric Ras, Nicola Capuano, Maria Jesús Marco Galindo and David Baneres
Date first published: 5 February 2019

The universities of the future: educational and organizational challenges
Edited by: Martha Burkle, Alan Tait, Rikke Toft Nørgård, Sarah Guri-Rosenblit and Laia Canals
Date first published: 5 April 2018

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A note from the Editorial team on the passing of Raúl Canay Pazos

The ETHE editorial team is shocked by the news of the death of Raúl Canay Pazos on the 3rd November. Raúl, born in Pontevedra in 1969, was a professor in the Department of Financial Economics and Accounting at the University of Santiago de Compostela since 1994 and one of the pioneers in Spain in the use of virtual learning environments and its dissemination. Since the start of the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, he has been a member of the Editorial Committee, and has participated in a relevant way in different moments of its growth and internationalization. He was a noteworthy communicator, with a lot of presence on social networks, and was a key person at his university by contributing to digitization and the prevention of plagiarism. Raúl was also an excellent person, with a great sense of humor and always giving importance to social justice. We embraced his wife Cristina and his dear children, of whom he always spoke with love and admiration.  

Thematic Series

Open Thematic Series

Digitally Competent Future Teachers
Guest Editors: Lina Kaminskiene, Erno Lehtinen, Sanna Järvelä, Mercè Gisbert
Deadline for Submission: 31 October 2021

Forthcoming Thematic Series

Micro-credentials and the Next New Normal in Digitally Enhanced Higher Education Ecosystems
Guest editors: Mairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl Beverley Oliver Mark Brown
Publishing in 2022

Technology-mediated educational innovations in Latin American higher education institutions
Guest editors: Álvaro Hernán Galvis Panqueva, Frida Díaz-Barriga Arceo, Ana Carolina Useche Gómez, Alberto Elí Patiño Rivera, Claudia Muñoz-Reyes
Publishing in 2022



Aims and scope

This journal aims to: facilitate the dissemination of critical scholarly works and exchange of information from a variety of cultural perspectives for researchers, professionals and practitioners in the technology enhanced and digital learning fields in higher education; contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge regarding the human and personal approach to the use of technology in higher education; and inform readers about the latest developments in the application of digital technologies in higher education learning, training, research and management.

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The International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education is associated with:

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Universidad de los Andes

Dublin City University

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Vytautas Magnus University

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