edited by Frank Fischer (LMU Munich), Fridolin Wild (Open University),
Ros Sutherland (University of Bristol), and Lena Zirn (LMU Munich)
as a community effort with contributions from a wide range of
specialists in TEL across the EU and across the globe.
* Explores grand challenge problems common to the study of technology
* Presents results of the STELLAR Network of Excellence
* Provides concrete examples of implementing TEL (Technology Enhanced
This book presents a key piece of the vision and strategy developed in
STELLAR. It sets out a new mid-term agenda by defining Grand Challenges
for research and development in technology-enhanced learning. Other than
mere technology prizes, STELLAR Grand Challenges deal with problems at
the interface of social and technical sciences. They pose problems that
can be solved only in interdisciplinary collaboration. The descriptions
of the Grand Challenge Problems were sent out to a number of
stakeholders from industry, academia, and policy-making who responded
with insightful, creative and critical comments bringing in their
This book will inspire everyone interested in TEL and its neighboring
disciplines in their future projects. All of the listed problems, first
hints with respect to the approach, measurable success indicators and
funding sources are outlined. The challenges focus on what noted experts
regard as important upcoming, pending, and innovative fields of
research, the solution of which is within reach in a timeframe of a mere
2 to 15 years of work.
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