The Editor-in-Chief, Gino Colazzo, left us this afternoon

Sep 6, 2019

Our dear friend and colleague Luigi 'Gino' Colazzo left us this afternoon, September 6.

For all of us, Gino has always been an important point of reference for his balance, his competence, his seriousness, his irony.

Member of the Board of the Italian e-Learning Association (SIe-L) and Editor in Chief of the Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society (Je-LKS) since 2008 he has been the leading contributor to the international success and conquest of an ever-growing public of both authors and readers.

Just in these days we were planning further developments for Je-LKS to be illustrated during the next EMEMITALIA conference in Foggia.

It leaves us a friend and an important point of reference for the italian scientific community.

Tommaso Minerva
President of the Italian e-Learning Association

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society: New site, passwords reset!

Sep 3, 2019

During last months we've updated the OJS platform hosting Je-LKS to the last release.
We hope you will enjoy this new release based on OJS 3.2.x.

For security reasons we've re-encrypted all the passwords and cleaned the users list.

So, to access to your dashboard you're requested to reset your password by using the Forgot Your Password link at the Login Page. You need to insert the registered e-mail.

For any support, please write an e-mail to: [email protected]

Call For Papers, Vol 16, No 1 - 2020 (January)

Aug 27, 2019

Special Issue On
SMART LEARNING IN SMART CITIES 

Guest Editors: Mauro Coccoli (University of Genova, Italy), Paolo Maresca (University Federico II, Napoli, Italy) and Andrea Molinari (University of Trento, Italy)

Important dates: Initial manuscripts due November, 30th, 2019

Journal Description

Bibliometrics


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


Publish-or-Perish (2019)
- H-Index: 22

Scopus (2018)
- SJR Index (2018): 0.35
- H Index: 12 (ranked #1 in Education - Italian Publishers)
- Quartile (2018) : Q3 (overall in Education and in Computer Science Application)

Indexed by:

Vol 15 No 2 (2019): Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society - Focus on: Educational Robotics: Research and Practices of Robots in Education

Vol. 15, No 2 (2019)

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society
Focus on: Educational Robotics: Research and Practices of Robots in Education

Published: Jun 16, 2019

Second Cover

Je-LKS Editorial Board
Read Statistic: 8

The Issue

Nicola Villa
Read Statistic: 12

Editorial

Veronica Rossano, Rita Francese
Read Statistic: 21

Advanced Programming of Intelligent Social Robots

Donato Malerba, Annalisa Appice, Paolo Buono, Giovanna Castellano, Berardina De Carolis, Marco de Gemmis, Marco Polignano, Veronica Rossano, Lynn Margaret Rudd
Read Statistic: 52

Social Robots in Educational Contexts: Developing an Application in Enactive Didactics

Hagen Lehmann, Pier Giuseppe Rossi
Read Statistic: 13

Social Robots supporting the Inclusion of Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Teaching the Meaning of Culture-Related Gestures

Berardina De Carolis, Giuseppe Palestra, Carla Della Penna, Marco Cianciotta, Antonio Cervelione
Read Statistic: 21

A proposal to act on Theory of Mind by applying robotics and virtual worlds with children with ASD

Valentina Pennazio, Laura Fedeli
Read Statistic: 18

How do pupils perceive educational robotics as a tool to improve their 21st century skills?

Lucio Negrini, Christian Giang
Read Statistic: 17

Learning distributed algorithms by programming robots

Flaminia L. Luccio
Read Statistic: 22

From Tinkering to Thinkering. Tinkering as Critical and Creative Thinking Enhancer

Antonella Poce, Francesca Amenduni, Carlo De Medio
Read Statistic: 13

Engaging parents Involvement in K – 12 Online Learning Settings: Are We Meeting the Needs of Underserved Students?

Tim Chen, Rim C. Wanberg, Elizabeth T. Gouioa, Marcia J. S. Brown, J. C.-Y. Chen, Judy J. Kurt Kraiger
Read Statistic: 13

Designing an effective digital learning environment for teaching English through literature: the learning experience of Bulgarian students

Maria Metodieva Genova
Read Statistic: 15
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