The final issue of the journal learning inquiry has been published.
The topic was Learning Infrastructures in the Social Sciences.
The contributions are:
Introducing learning infrastructures: invisibility, context, and governance
Virtual office hours as cyberinfrastructure: the case study of instant messaging
Jeren Balayeva and Anabel Quan-Haase
Transforming learning infrastructures in the social sciences through flexible and interactive technology-enhanced learning
Philipp Budka and Claudia Schallert
The Brisbane Media Map: participatory design and authentic learning to link students and industry
Christy Collis, Marcus Foth and Ronald Schroeter
Learning to succeed in a flat world: information and communication technologies for a new generation of business students
Alex Ramirez, Michael J. Hine, Shaobo Ji, Frank Ulbrich and Rob Riordan
And one article not in the special issue, but included in the final issue:
The educational (im)possibility for dietetics: a poststructural discourse analysis
Jason Nolan and I wish to thank you for your interest and submissions over the last few years.