I am pretty proud to announce that I was now „officially“ asked to be member of the editorial board of the ILE – the journal „Interactive Learning Environments„. (I already reviewed for a special issue last year)
Founded in 1990, Interactive Learning Environments publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of the design and use of interactive learning environments in the broadest sense, encompassing environments that support individual learners through to environments that support collaboration amongst groups of learners or co-workers.Relevant domains of application include education and training at all levels, life-long learning and knowledge sharing. Relevant topics for articles include: adaptive systems, learning theory, pedagogy and learning design, the electronically-enhanced classroom, computer mediated communications of all kinds, computer aided assessment, the design and use of virtual learning environments and learning management systems, facilitating organisational change, applying standards for courseware reuse, tracking, record keeping and system interoperability, the use of learning content management systems, including workflow design and publication to a range of media, and issues associated with scaling up delivery to large cohorts of students and trainees within the corporate, educational and other public sectors.Review and survey articles that show scholarly depth, breadth and richness are particularly welcome. The field of interactive learning environments is developing and evolving rapidly. As well as tracking changes and emerging trends, it is also important to draw lessons from the recent and not so recent past.