2017 distinctions and important citations to Net Media Lab - IIT by Governmental Institutions and Scientific and Educational Policy Makers

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In 2017, four (4) Net Media Lab scientific articles were included in governmental reports of various countries around the world such as Australia, Portugal, Spain, etc. regarding e-inclusion, e-culture, m-learning and ICTs in education policy. In particular:

1) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a report for E-inclusion Policy in AUSTRALIA.

The article:

Drigas AS, Pappas MA (2015) On line and other game-based learning for mathematics. Int J Online Eng 11(4):62–67.

has been included in:

STEM the Boredom: Engage Students in the Australian Curriculum Using ICT with Problem-Based Learning and Assessment Christopher Paul Newhouse J Sci Educ Technol (2017) 26:44–57

2) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a governmental report for ICT in Education Policy and Strategy for the Caribbean Country of Saint Lucia

The article:

Drigas, A. S., & Ioannidou, R. (2013). ICTs in special education: A review. In Information systems, e-learning, and knowledge management research (pp. 357–364). Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.

has been included in:

ICT in Education Policy and Strategy for the Country of Saint Lucia 2017–2020. Ministry of Education.
Development of the ICT in Education Policy and Strategy for Saint Lucia 2017–2020 was facilitated by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), Canada. COL is an intergovernmental organisation created by the Commonwealth Heads of Government to promote the development and sharing of open learning and distance education knowledge, resources and technologies.

3) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a report for Μ-Learning Policy in Spain & Portugal.

The article:

Papoutsi, C., Drigas, A., 2017. Empathy and mobile applications. J. Interact. Mob. Technol. 11, 57–66.

has been included in:

A comparative study about mobile learning in Iberian Peninsula Universities: Are professors ready? Fernando Moreiraa et all, Telematics and Informatics in press. ELSEVIER 2017.

4) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a report for E-Culture Policy in Tanzania

The article:

A. S. Drigas, L. G. Koukianakis, and J. G. Glentzes, “A dynamical system for e-culture services,” WSEAS Trans. Syst., vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 125–130, 2006.

has been included in:

Web Services for Transforming e-Cultural Heritage Management in Tanzania
Gloriana Joseph Monko, Khamisi Kalegele et all, The Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH). I.J. Information Technology and Computer Science, 2017, 12, 52-63

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