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ESOCEL 2021 : Special Issue on Online Communities and E-Learning (Education Sciences)

Organization: Crocels
Categories: Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2021-01-31 Abstract Due: 2021-01-31

Special Issue Editors
Dr. Jonathan Bishop

Guest Editor

Congress of Researchers and Organisations for Cybercommunity, E-Learning and Socialnomics. Swansea SA1 9NN, UK.

Interests: e-moderation; cyberhate; gamification; e-politics

Dr. Jason Barratt

Guest Editor

Congress of Researchers and Organisations for Cybercommunity, E-Learning and Socialnomics. Swansea SA1 9NN, UK.

Interests: E-Dating, Usability/Accessibility research

Special Issue Information
This Special Issue is seeking papers on Internet trolling and online participation in the context of the science, technology and engineering of educational systems.

It will draw together ways of providing online learning, including through e-tivities, serious games, gamification, managed learning environments, MOOCs, and virtual worlds. It will also look at ways of managing online learning, including e-moderation, dealing with wellbeing issues like digital addiction and cyberbullying as well as the digital divide and accessibility.

Topics covered and welcome for submission include the following:


* Participation inequality; lurking, the free-rider problem;

* Online harassment; flame trolling, cyberbullying, cyberstalking;

* Transgressive humour, ‘trolling for the lulz’, viral humour, R.I.P trolling;

* Online Community moderation, perspectives on ‘don’t feed the troll’, blocking users (i.e., ‘ban-hammering’);

* Online learning issues: retention, motivation;

* Participation initiatives: Classroom 2.0, eParticipation;

Dr. Jonathan Bishop

Dr. Jason Barratt

Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

This Special Issue of Education Sciences on Online Communities and E-Learning is seeking papers on Internet trolling and online participation in the context of the science, technology and engineering of educational systems.


It will draw together ways of providing online learning, including through e-tivities, serious games, gamification, managed learning environments, MOOCs, and virtual worlds. It will also look at ways of managing online learning, including e-moderation, dealing with wellbeing issues like digital addiction and cyberbullying as well as the digital divide and accessibility.


Topics covered and welcome for submission include the following:


* Participation inequality; lurking, the free-rider problem;

* Online harassment; flame trolling, cyberbullying, cyberstalking;

* Transgressive humour, ‘trolling for the lulz’, viral humour, R.I.P trolling;

* Online Community moderation, perspectives on ‘don’t feed the troll’, blocking users (i.e., ‘ban-hammering’);

* Online learning issues: retention, motivation;

* Participation initiatives: Classroom 2.0, eParticipation;


For more information on the submission process visit the website at https://www.mdpi.com/journal/education/special_issues/online_communities_e_learning


Guest Editors are:


* Jonathan Bishop (jonathan.bishop@crocels.ac.uk)

* Jason Barratt (jason.barratt@crocels.ac.uk)    

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/education/special_issues/online_communities_e_learning

jason.barratt@crocels.ac.uk

Dr. Jason Barratt