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This is the official journal of the research centre Digital, Technologies, Education & Society of Link Campus University. It explores the complex relationships between information and communication technologies and the entire educational system, conceived as a single macro-system education-training-university-work-transition process.
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Announcements

Call for Paper and Submission. Year 3 No. 3/December, 2024

2024-02-16

Human Flourishing for Wellbeing in Society, Communities and Organizations

 

This Call intends to delve into the theme of flourishing, a concept that has been affirmed in the social sciences for some years now, trying to respond to a complex historical moment and the practical urgency of offering a transdisciplinary reflection that puts the person as a reflexive actor of his acting in the world at the centre (Archer 1995, tr. it. 1997; 2006; Donati 2013).

Read more about Call for Paper and Submission. Year 3 No. 3/December, 2024

Current Issue

No. 2 (2023): Teaching Enhanced Learning for Engaging and Inclusive Learning
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This issue of the journal addresses the topic of "Teaching Enhanced Learning for Engaging and Inclusive Learning" in the digital age. The topic is certainly not new in the international scientific debate, which is interdisciplinary in nature; it is part of the themes underlying the studies of Digital Education and Digital Literacy, but it represents an issue that is always at the forefront insofar as it is affected by technological innovations and sociocultural changes that digital culture progressively stimulates and promotes in different educational environments. In this sense, digital education in teaching and learning processes needs to be scientifically recognized in academic circles, institutionalized by emphasizing the methodology and evaluation strategies that educational media practices have been experimenting with for several years, for the purpose of a systematization of interventions, scientific literature and critical reflections on the topic. Within this issue, the focus is exactly on the assessment methodologies and strategies activated and activated in the digital education perspective, with special attention to best practices in different educational contexts: from elementary school to university.

Published: 2023-09-01

Articles

  • Il Posto Giusto. Risorse umane e politiche del lavoro per l Italia, R. Benini e F. Dafano, Eurilink University Press, 2020

    Sara Martini, Sara Martini, Margherita Blasetti
    245-251
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.134

Essays

  • Application of Learning Analytics in European General Education Schools: Theoretical Review

    Aleksandra Batuchina, Julija Melnikova
    201-234
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.119
  • The Role of ICT in Learning Processes and University Inclusion

    Carlotta Antonelli
    89-116
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.127
  • The pandemic evolution and its impact on the Italian school

    Giulia Bianchi Matè, Emanuele Toscano
    117-152
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.130
  • Designing Microlearning Programmes for Centennials Taste

    Maria Fabiani, Patrizio Pastore
    153-199
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.133

Education

  • A Psychoeducational Program to Prevent Internet abuse in Young people

    Antonella Gigantesco, Debora Del Re, Isabella Cascavilla, Daniela Bonaldi, Vindice Deplano
    45-53
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.125
  • The impact of DaD on the school environment: the role of self-evaluation

    Alfonsina Mastrolia
    31-36
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.126
  • School in distance teaching. Innovation and equity

    Luca Torchia
    37-43
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.132
  • Self-Directed Learning Competences Assessment of Students after Covid-19 Pandemic

    Viviana Capozza
    21-29
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.135

Empowerment

  • The Connection between disciplines in the Development of a Training Course

    Fulvio Oscar Benussi, Anna Errico
    57-65
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.120
  • Feel Safe as a Means to Improve Minor s Digital Skills and Disaster Resilience

    Cristina Casareale, Sharon Gilio, Francesco Graziani
    67-73
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.129
  • How can a software innovate Latin teaching

    Luca Cortinovis, Francesco Stabile
    75-85
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.131

In-Depth Analysis

  • Le politiche di integrazione socio-sanitaria e il diritto delle Regioni

    Camilla Buzzanchi
    237-242
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.61007/QdC.2023.2.128
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