The UNESCO published a new #openaccess book called "An #edtech tragedy? Educational technologies and school closures in the time of COVID-19" https://www.unesco.org/en/digital-education/ed-tech-tragedy
Almost all ideas revolve around genAI tools like ChatGPT, Midjourney, and DALLE2.
It was an exciting read, but I found no mention of adaptive learning, intelligent tutoring or learning analytics.
A new publication will be presented at the EC-TEL conference in 2023 in Aveiro, Portugal.
"Using Accessible Motion Capture in Educational Games for Sign Language Learning"
The 17th jTEL summer school in Technology Enhanced Learning took place from 3rd to 10th June in La Manga, Spain.
Every year, the jTEL summer school is an excellent opportunity for early-stage TEL researchers to network, receive feedback about their research and create a stronger TEL community in Europe.
Below you can find some highlights of the summer school.