15.08.2022. Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning finalises volume 2, comprising 3 issues. Over the past months we have released 31 full articles, 2 collected commentaries, and 3 editorials.
07.03.2022. Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning commences a programme of releasing in press (online-ahead-of-print) articles from four upcoming special issues. We will be releasing two articles per week for the next period.
27.04.2021. Launch seminar to celebrate the second issue held online via Zoom.
26.04.2021. Second issue launched! Special issue: Technology enhanced learning in the MENA region. More >
26.01.2021. Recording of launch webinar for STEL first issue now online. More >
25.01.2021. Call for Papers: Activity theory in technology enhanced learning research (proposals due 24 May 2021). More >
22.01.2021. Call for Papers: Technology and educational pivoting in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic (proposals due 15 March 2021). More >
11.02.2021. Kyungmee Lee’s article from STEL first issue picked as a top 10 journal article from 2020 by Ireland’s NIDL. More >
01.12.2020. STEL editors Brett Bligh and Kyungmee Lee interviewed by Joshua Wiedlich about the new journal. More >
01.12.2020. Call for Papers: Visual Literacies and Visual Technologies for Teaching, Learning and Inclusion. More >
18.11.2020. Launch seminar to celebrate the first issue at Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University.
09.11.2020. Inaugural special issue launched: Debating the status of ‘theory' in technology enhanced learning research. More >
04.08.2020. Call for Papers: Technology enhanced learning in the Middle East. More >