Jan 17, 2022


Cosimo Accoto (MIT SSRC)
Luca De Biase (Media Ecology Research Network – ReImagine-Europa)
Stefano Moriggi (Università di Milano Bicocca)

Important dates
Initial manuscripts due 31 May 2022 
Full Issue published within 2022

ATTENTION!!! The submission for the permanent call is suspended until the end of this Special Issue Call.

Publication will follow an "online first" approach. As soon as a paper is accepted, it will be published online. The full issue will be published as all the submitted papers are reviewed.


Journal Description


Italian ANVUR Ranking
A-Class for Sector 10, 11-D1 and 11-D2

Publish-or-Perish (reference date: June 2021)
- Scopus H-Index: 18
- Microsoft Academic H-Index: 19
- Google Scholar H-Index: 30

Scopus (from 2009; reference year: 2020; reference date: June 2021)
- Citescore (2020): 1.9
- CiteScore Rankings (2020) 
  - Education: Q2, 61rd percentile (#504 out of 1319);
 - Computer Science Application: Q3, 40st percentile (#404 out of 693);

Clarivate Web of Science (from 2015; reference date: June 2021)
- H-Index: 10
- Average citation per Item: 1.57

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Vol 17 No 3 (2021): Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society - Special Issue on "Children and the Digital"

Vol. 17, No 3 (2021)

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Special Issue on "Children and the Digital"

Published: Dec 31, 2021

Second Cover

Read Statistic: 14

Children and the Digital

I-IV Claudia Giudici, Nando Rinaldi
Read Statistic: 33

Digital Mischief

1-4 Roberto Maragliano
Read Statistic: 18

Children as Digital Citizens: insights from classroom research with digital dilemmas

5-7 Carrie James, Emily Weinstein
Read Statistic: 34

Children’s Digital Play during the COVID-19 Pandemic: insights from the Play Observatory

8-17 Kate Cowan, John Potter
Read Statistic: 99

Digital Sculptors

18-23 Maria Giuseppina Grasselli
Read Statistic: 23

The Hundred Languages of Digital in the Reggio Emilia Approach

24-32 Maddalena Tedeschi, Elena Maccaferri, Annalisa Rabotti
Read Statistic: 24

Creative Learning in STEM: towards the design of an approach between theory and reflective practice

33-42 Maria Xanthoudaki, Amos Blanton
Read Statistic: 362

Next Stop Perpetual Beta: notes for an ethics of design in digitally augmented learning contexts

43-49 Stefano Moriggi
Read Statistic: 39

Assessing students’ learning of abstract mathematical concepts in a blended learning environment enhanced with a web-based virtual laboratory

50-58 Walid Aboraya
Read Statistic: 79

Online learning in the Jordanian kindergartens during Covid-19 ‏pandemic

59-69 Maha Yousef Abu-Rabba', Ayat Mohaamed Al-Mughrabib, Hamed Mubarak Al-Awidi
Read Statistic: 66

Child Mediation: effective education or conflict stimulation? Adolescents’ child mediation strategies in the context of sharenting and family conflict

70-79 Gaëlle Ouvrein, Karen Verswijvel
Read Statistic: 115

Impact of online simulators on primary school children’s visual memory development

80-88 Roza Valeeva, Elvira Sabirova, Liliia Latypova
Read Statistic: 21

Adaptive gamification framework to promote computational thinking in 8-13 year olds

89-100 Mayyadah. A. Altaie, Dayang N. A. Jawawi
Read Statistic: 41

Maintaining bilingualism through technologies: the case of young Russian heritage learners

101-109 Gulnara Sadykova, Liliia Khalitova, Albina Kayumova
Read Statistic: 22

Students’ perception of e-Learning during the Covid Pandemic: a fresh evidence from United Arab Emirates (UAE)

110-118 Anas Abudaqa, Mohd Faiz Hilmi, Hasan AlMujaini , Rashed A. Alzahmi, Gouher Ahmed
Read Statistic: 96

Adoption of social robots as pedagogical aids for efficient learning of second language vocabulary to children

119-126 Chafik Arar, Abdelouahab Belazoui, Abdelmoutia Telli
Read Statistic: 153

Distance Educational Links: a qualitative study on the perception of kindergarten teachers

127-134 Luisa Zecca
Read Statistic: 37

The impact of e-Learning during COVID-19 on teaching daily living skills for children with disabilities

135-145 Khawla H. Al-Mamari; Suhail Al-ZOUBI; Bakkar S. Bakkar, Abedalbasit M. Al-Shorman
Read Statistic: 73

Moving between the boundaries of physical and digital contexts: a case study about a shared project by a group of children

146-154 Eloisa Di Rocco, Jennifer Coe, Federica Selleri, Simona Cavalieri
Read Statistic: 33
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