SPRINGER BOOK SERIES: “RESEARCH IN NETWORKED LEARNING
Series Editors: Thomas Ryberg, Maarten de Laat and Nina Bonderup Dohn
The Springer Book Series “Research in Networked Learning“is devoted to high quality research-focused monographs and edited volumes on all topics and areas related to networked learning.
The field of Networked Learning is an exciting and innovative area of work. It includes a very active community of researchers investigating the nexus and connections between learners and the use of digital resources, communication and tools in higher education and beyond, along with the underpinning theory, practice and pedagogy of such use.
Networked Learning has become a highly relevant area of research and thinking in our networked and digital world. A major theme of the Book Series to date has been the theory, pedagogy and practice of networked learning, which is concerned with developing approaches to learning that encourage and support learners to be critical and ethically responsible citizens in both their practice and lives.
The educational philosophy of networked learning that has emerged is frequently seen to embrace principles associated with areas of educational thinking, such as critical and inquiry led pedagogy together with democratic and experiential learning. As the field has developed, it has adopted socio-cultural thinking to explore the design and experience of networked learning. More recently, the impact of socio materiality and post humanist and post digital perspectives have emerged as other lens with which to examine a field where the social and the material interact in dynamic and complex entanglements.
The book series welcomes proposals that explore networked learning from any of the above perspectives or theories, as well as other theories considered relevant or important to understanding and developing research in networked learning.
Do you have an idea for a book on research in networked learning?
If you have an idea for a book in the “Research in Networked Learning” series, please contact us with a two to five page outline of your book proposal, explaining its scope and relevance to networked learning, along with a brief description of proposed chapters.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the Book Series on “Research in Networked Learning”
Vivien Hodgson and David McConnell.
Titles to date in the Springer Book Series on Research in Networked Learning include:
Bonderup Dohn, N., Jandric, P., Ryberg, T. and de Laat, M. (forthcoming) Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning.
Littlejohn, A., Jaldemark, J., Vrieling-Teunter, E., & Nijland, F. (2019). Networked Professional Learning; Emerging and Equitable Discourses for Professional Development
Nina Bonderup Dohn, Susan Cranmer, Julie-Ann Sime, Maarten De Laat, Thomas Ryberg (Eds) (2018) Networked Learning; Reflections and Challenges
Ryberg, T., Sinclair, C., Bayne, S., de Laat, M. (Eds.) (2016) Research, Boundaries, and Policy in Networked Learning.
Jones, Christopher (2015) Networked Learning: An Educational Paradigm for the Age of Digital Networks.
Jandric, Petar,& Boras, Damir (Eds.) (2015) Critical Learning in Digital Networks.
Hodgson, V., de Laat, M., McConnell, D., Ryberg, T. (Eds.) (2014) The Design, Experience and Practice of Networked Learning.
An associated book to the “Research in Networked Learning” book series:
Dirckinck-Holmfeld, L., Hodgson, V., & McConnell, D. (2012) Exploring the theory, pedagogy and practice of networked learning. New York: Springer