Research, Innovation and Methods in Educational Technology

This series was formerly entitled "Research Methods for Educational Technology"

The volumes in this series concentrate on key theoretical and foundational issues, empirical investigations, and methodological approaches in educational technology. The focus is on emerging technologies and their role in promoting innovative models of teaching, learning and research in PreK-16 settings. Volumes can focus on educational technology in any disciplinary or inter-disciplinary content area. For this series, research is defined broadly to include basic research, applied research, design research, evaluation, action research, and instructional design and policy research. All volumes should take the reader well beyond the content in introductory textbooks through the use of examples, illustrations, and models in educational technology. Readers will generally be scholars, educators, policy makers, graduate students, and practitioners in educational technology and other related fields.