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Steve Pec   Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
Learning technologies are expanding at a rapid pace. Less than two decades ago the Internet was not used in mainstream education. Today, students and teachers have access to a variety of learning technologies ranging from the use of the World Wide Web & Web 2.0 technologies, computers & tablets, audio & video technologies, presentation software, interactive white boards, and mobile devices. E-learning includes the use of technologies that enhance learning, teaching, and assessment. The debate concerning the effectiveness of these technologies over more conventional means of teaching remains unresolved. There are issues around establishing e-learning pedagogy, evaluation of new technologies and the perceived benefits of e-learning. The focus of this issue is to examine the use of technologies connected to e-learning in education. Manuscripts that present research, and/or explore existing research and best practice are welcomed for submission.
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, librarians and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: TECHNOLOGY-11