EdITLib has recently added a feedback form for user convenience. Users may now use this form to comment, request assistance, and offer suggestions for the EdITLib team.
We welcome your suggestions for improvements to the platform. If you have any recommendations for new tools or applications that EdITLib may be missing or that would benefit you, please share them with us. We endeavor to keep EdITLib up-to-date with the latest resources and capabilities.
Please take a look at the new Feedback feature on the upper navigation ribbon on EdITLib or follow this link: www.editlib.org/feedback
EdITLib, the digital library for Education and Information Technology, is an online resource of over 20,000 articles and conference papers focusing on the use of information technology, multimedia, and emerging technologies for learning and education.
In the next few months, we plan to allow submissions directly to the library, from educators, students, and members of the e-learning community: articles, papers, dissertations, even entire manuscripts and video submissions.
Other improvements on the horizon include online forums and tools for connecting with other e-learning practitioners, tools for organizing research, and increased integration with existing open standards for online library systems.
I’m very excited to be a part of this and hope you will stay tuned to this blog to find out about the latest changes to EdITLib.
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