During the past years, the increased interest for applying digital technologies aiming to improve learning and teaching has led to the evolution of the research discipline of Technology-enhanced Learning (TeL). Typically, Technology-enhanced Learning refers to a transformative movement in learning and teaching that exploits technological advances for offering learning experiences, which are not possible to be organized in existing formal educational settings. Several initiativies world wide are aiming at investigating which digital technologies and how can be used for meeting the 21st century lifelong learning societal needs taking into consideration global as well as local challenges. On the other hand, Learning Technologies are now part of the ACM Computing Classification System and they are included as distinctive subject courses in undergraduate and postgraduate programs of Computer and Information Sciences. To this end, this Special Issue aims to capture the current advances in digital technologies for learning and education by a number of selected invited papers in key research areas.
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