The sixth volume in the Education Research Monograph Series (ERMS) has just been published. Authored by Velislava Hillman, the monograph is entitled Creative Explorations Through the Use of Digital Devices for Self-Organised Learning in the Classroom.
Edited by Prof. Carmel Borg, from the University of Malta’s Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education, ERMS is a peer-reviewed monograph series which focuses on specialised and interdisciplinary issues related to education. ERMS is intended to enable researchers from many disciplines to share their findings and, as a result, stimulate dialogue on established and emerging topics in education within the international community of researchers, practitioners, students and other stakeholders interested in the field. The series is supported by the Faculty of Education and published by Malta University Publishing (MUP).
ERMS is one link in a wide-ranging research infrastructure that is the brainchild of Professor Carmel Borg. The MRER Project also includes: the Malta Review of Educational Research (MRER), now in its fourteenth volume; the MRER Lecture Series, an initiative that has averaged a lecture every month for the last six years; the MRER Seminar Series, a bi-annual event initiated in 2017; the MRER Summer School; and the MRER International, which kicked off last year with an international conference on ‘Parenting on the Margins’, an event organised on behalf of the International Parenting Programme (IPP).