New Book on Technologies for Lifelong Learning Print
Tuesday, 26 April 2011

book-gmagoulas-lifelonglearning.pngGeorge Magoulas is the editor of E-Infrastructures and Technologies for Lifelong Learning: Next Generation Environments.

The book brings together contributions about the development of infrastructures for lifelong learning and shows examples of technologies ćintegration in lifelong learning and e-learning practices. It provides an overview of the state-of-the-art covering theoretical approaches, models, architectures, systems, and applications in real world settings, and could be used as a one-stop reference for those working in the area of lifelong learning technologies. Book chapters are self-contained and present advanced architectures and platforms, studies of technologies adoption, development and use for lifelong learning technologies, and systems and applications that employ advanced e-learning and lifelong learning technologies to support real practices.Chapters also discuss open problems and research issues, providing insight into the future of technologies for lifelong learning.

The book will benefit readers from different disciplines helping them to gain holistic view of the various issues involved in designing, developing and deploying technologies for lifelong learning. It complements available literature on lifelong learning that concentrates on policy matters, and societal, pedagogical, and economical issues relating to or affecting lifelong learning.

For further information visit the IGI Global website.
 
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