We are delighted and proud to inform you that our Springer book Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL) edited by Ilona Buchem, Ralf Klamma and Fridolin Wild has recently just published and is available online!
The book has altogether 21 chapters related to various aspects of Wearable Enhanced Learning and organised into seven parts:
- The Evolution and Ecology of Wearable Enhanced Learning
- The Topography of Wearable Enhanced Learning
- Technological Frameworks, Development and Implementation
- Pedagogical Frameworks and Didactic Considerations
- Design of User Experience
- Research and Data
Start exploring with the opening chapter which provides an introduction to the field of Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL):
“Wearable enhanced learning (WELL) is an emerging area of interest for researchers, practitioners in educational institutions, and companies. Also many grassroots movements are providing new sensors, devices, prototypical concepts, and learning solutions for WELL. Deeply rooted in the traditions of technology enhanced learning (TEL), such as self-regulated learning and mobile learning, WELL has been generating new challenges and opportunities in the field.” (Buchem, Klamma & Wild, 2019)*.
*Buchem, I.; Klamma, R. & Wild, F. (2019). Introduction to Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL): Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges. In I. Buchem, R. Klamma & F. Wild (Eds.) Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL). Current Trends, Research, and Practice. Springer Nature Switzerland, URL https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-64301-4#toc
We would like to thank all the authors for your valuable contributors to this book and in consequence to the field of Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL). Thank you for your collaboration on this joint and exciting project!
We hope all readers of the book will be informed and inspired for their own research and development in the field of Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL).
Please connect with us for future projects and publications!
Also visit the website of our Special Interest Group at the European Association of the Technology Enhanced Learning.
Ilona Buchem @mediendidaktik, Ralf Klamma @klamma and Fridolin Wild @fwild