Leonardo Electronic Almanac
In an era of fast technological growth and transforming art formsÂ there is an increasing need for educational flexibility by academicÂ institutions. It is essential to keep in mind that the profile ofÂ higher education in the 21st century is going to be very different toÂ what it used to be.
What is our role in this changing environment and how do we proceed?
Deliberations on the prevalent trends and the future of educationÂ indicate that â€œinnovationâ€ combined with breakthrough partnerships areÂ considered keys to the future.
The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is inviting proposals fromÂ academics, critical theorists and artists for this special issue
investigating the changes and innovation in the new culture of digitalÂ education. Relevant areas of interest addressed by the issueâ€™sÂ contributors could include, but are by no means limited to:
â€¢ Education, art, science and technology
â€¢ Education and social media
â€¢ Innovation at the intersection of interdisciplinary teaching and
â€¢ Crisis in the digital classroom?
â€¢ e-learning: give me that video link of your recorded lecture and let me be!
â€¢ Learning and teaching in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary practices
â€¢ Ownership and copyrights of learning materials
â€¢ Economic crisis and classroom crisis: rethinking the economy of learning
â€¢ Brain Gain/Brain Drain: who gains and looses in the contemporary classroom
â€¢ Emerging countries, emerging universities and emerging
â€¢ Hacktivist class: the class as research center
â€¢ Hybrid educational models
â€¢ Tactical Media and its progeny
â€¢ Histories of classroom methodologies and contemporary innovative approaches
Senior Editors for this volume: Lanfranco Aceti, Nina Czegledy and Oliver Grau
Editor: Wendy Coones
Junior Editor: Manuelle Freire
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