Issues and Trends in Learning Technologies (ITLT)

Issues and Trends in Learning Technologies (ITLT)—formerly published as Issues and Trends in Educational Technology—is published semiannually by the Learning Technology program at the University of Arizona. The journal covers design, development, use and assessment of educational technology in innovative ways, and features articles about research and theory as well as book, serious game and article reviews. The journal takes full advantage of its nature as an online publication, and authors are encouraged to submit material that would be unsuited for traditional print publication, such as video, high-resolution color images, software, and interactive data visualizations.

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Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023

Editorial


EDITORIAL: Digital Tools as Platforms

Gerald Ardito

2023-01-29 Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023

Research Articles


Understanding Teacher Learning About HyperDocs Through the Lens of Professional Learning Networks

Torrey Trust, Jeffrey Carpenter and Tim Green

2023-01-29 Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023

Review


HiNative: A Global Q&A Platform to Learn Language and Culture

Musa Nushi, Tayyebe Izadi and Mina Jozagian

2023-01-29 Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023

Book Reviews


Book Review: Beginning Teaching with Digital Technology by Joanne Blannin

Lauren Hays

2023-01-29 Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023

Implementation/Application Articles


New approaches for studying multidimensional use of classroom space: A pilot study of three classroom technologies

Tripp Harris and Tracey Birdwell

2023-01-29 Volume 10 • Issue 2 • 2023