Eurospan Facilitates Distribution of “Handbook of Research on Advancing Equity and Inclusion Through Educational Technology” in Spain and Portugal
Eurospan, a prominent distributor operating in Spain and Portugal, has joined forces with Marston Book Services and IGI Global to facilitate the distribution of the “Handbook of Research on Advancing Equity and Inclusion Through Educational Technology”.
In an era where digital technologies shape the future of education, the handbook, edited by Paula Escudeiro, Nuno Escudeiro, and Oscar Bernardes, part of the GILT Research Team, delves into the critical intersections of educational technology, equity, and inclusion. The global surge in digital education materials during the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the pedagogical significance of technology, making this handbook a timely and essential resource.
The handbook offers a comprehensive exploration of the role of digital technologies in promoting equity and inclusion in education. From sustainable inclusion learning to virtual school programs, each chapter provides invaluable insights for educators, administrators, policymakers, pre-service teachers, and researchers. The contents cover a wide array of topics, including:
- Assistive Technology Integration for Sustainable Development Goals
- Computational Cognitive Neuroscience in Co-Designing Virtual Reality Games for Autistic Adults
- Ethical and Sociological Imperatives of Educational Technology
- Integrating Electronic Learning for Sustainable Inclusion
- Technology’s Role in Advancing Health Equity in Medical Education
- Augmented Reality for Inclusion in Technology Classrooms
- Creating Assistive Technology-Enabled Cultures in Higher Education
- Intelligent and Inclusive Education Technologies
- Remote Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Engineering Students’ Perspectives
- Interactive Simulation Platforms for Diagnostic Radiography Education
For more detailed information, please see https://www.igi-global.com/book/handbook-research-advancing-equity-inclusion/304432.