What Is It? The purpose of LearnTechLib is to emphasize the intersection of learning and technology. It connects the latest multimedia, peer-reviewed, internationally recognized research on the latest developments and applications in educational technology and e-learning in one database.
Who is it for? Researchers, educators or learners interested in learning and technology that need to locate per-reviewed documents or hard-to-find “grey literature” including conference papers, presentations slides and keynote addresses.
What will I find there? Over 25 years of research and 100,000 documents with 40,000 plus full-text, peer-reviewed documents and an additional 60,000 plus abstracts with links to full-text versions are available. Content includes journal articles, conference papers, e-books, reports, dissertations, keynote talks, presentation slides & collections of articles. Many resources include multimedia content such as video, audio recordings or slides.
When should I use it? When working on a research paper or researching the latest developments in learning and technology. This is a valuable resource for finding hard-to-locate conference papers and keynote presentations.