Emerging research pathways about time in online learning

Iolanda Garcia


This special issue compiles the research work carried out by 1st and 2nd year PhD candidates from the eLC Doctorate Program in Education and ICT (e-learning) and their contribution to the eLC Research Program on the time factor in e-learning.

The papers included in this issue do not correspond to a thematic grouping and the time factor is not dealt with from a specific perspective, but in a broad sense as a variable to be considered, either centrally or tangentially, in different research studies in the field of online learning.


PhD candidates, online teaching, learning ecologies, affective virtual tutor, time regulation patterns, learning efficiency, game-based learning, drop out

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