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Shaping the Futures of Learning in the Digital Age invites contemporary work from scholars, practitioners, community members, and graduate students on the futures of learning in the digital age. This issue welcomes submissions from a diverse transdisciplinary field of people, groups, and organizations that are thinking about, researching, designing, and creating the futures of learning. While the call for papers is public, it is targeted to ShapingEDU's dreamers, doers, and drivers -- otherwise identified as changemakers -- that are looking to shape the futures of education.
Our 10 calls to action (promoting access and equity, connecting education to the workforce of the future, building constellations of innovation, recognizing all forms of learning, personalizing learning, humanizing learning, bolstering intergenerational leadership, fostering immersive learning, innovating AI applications, and embedding data-driven approaches for student success) are among the the topics for submissions. We welcome a diverse set of submissions from all education stakeholders (faculty, students, technologists, professional staff, etc.): full original research papers, short reports or briefs, review papers, case studies, or methodology papers. Those written submissions can be supported by images, videos, and other media.
The aim of this special issue is to provide a publication venue for the work that individuals and groups such as the ShapingEDU community and others like it are engaging in around the world. With an increasing need to prepare and design for the future, we hope this special issue will serve as the seed to shape the futures of learning in the digital age.
Deadline: November 1, 2019