M. Mahruf C. Shohel

University of Surrey

Dr. M. Mahruf C. Shohel is currently working at the Doctoral College, University of Surrey, United Kingdom. Prior to his current role, Dr. Shohel worked for several British universities since completing his doctoral studies at the University of Manchester. He is an academic researcher with special interests in education, childhood studies, international development, teachers’ professional development, technology-enhanced learning, and social science research methods. Most recently, he has taught “Digital Learning in Emergencies” for postgraduates at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He has written extensively on development issues in the Global South and conducted research on disadvantaged children including socioeconomically deprived children, street children, sex workers’ children, and displaced refugee children. Currently, Dr. Shohel is engaged in the fields of education in emergencies, education for sustainable development and global citizenship, emerging technologies in education, students\' learning journeys and their engagement, and teaching and learning in higher education.

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E-learning and digital education approaches are evolving and changing the landscape of teaching and learning at all levels of education throughout the world. Innovation of emerging learning technologies is assisting e-learning and digital education to meet the needs of the 21st century. Due to the digital transformation of everyday practice, the process of learning and education has become more self-paced and accessible at any time from anywhere. The new generations of digital natives are growing up with a set of skills through their engagement with the digital world. In this context, this book includes a collection of chapters to facilitate continuous improvements including flexibility and accessibility in e-learning and digital education by exploring the challenges and opportunities of innovative approaches through the lenses of current theories, policies, and practices.

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