This issue has a special section focusing on the outlook and challenges for education and technology in Mexico and Latin America. This section has been made possible thanks to collaboration from Mexico’s Sistema Nacional de Educación a Distancia (National Distance Education System, SINED) and was coordinated by professors Margarita Ontiveros (SINED, Mexico) and José Raúl Canay (University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain). There is also an extensive miscellany section with ten articles on questions linked to RUSC’s subject areas.
In the first number of Volume 10, the Research Articles section contains six articles on various themes connected with RUSC's thematic areas. And in the Dossier there is an interesting compilation of articles on the innovative theme of "The Informalisation of Education", which has been coordinated by Albert Sangrà, Director of the UOC eLearn Center, Spain, and Steve Wheeler, Associate Professor at Plymouth University, United Kingdom.
This number comprises five articles in the Research Articles section, as well as six articles in the Dossier coordinated by Professor Francisco Rubio (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) on "Innovation and Good Practices in University Government and Management", an excellent compilation of interesting practices applied to higher education institutions.
This number comprises five articles in the Research Articles section, two book reviews and a Dossier on mathematical e-learning. Coordinated by Angel A. Juan and Maria Antonia Huertas (Open University of Catalonia, UOC), Hans Cuypers (EindhovenUniversity of Technology) and Birgit Loch (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne), the Dossier presents five articles and a book review offering a complete, international view of the latest advances in mathematical e-learning.
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RUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal is an e-journal coedited by the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona) and its eLearn Center, and the University of New England (Australia) and its DeHub.
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