Column "Opinion pieces"

Learning design research: where are we going?


Considerations on the way ahead for learning design research, particularly concerning the links with students’ self-regulated learning and teachers’ digital competence.


Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Digital Literacy; Opinion piece column; learning design; self-regulated learning; digital competence;

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