Systematic Review of Literature: The Contributions to the Learning Process by Digital Technologies and Pedagogical Architectures

  • Patricia FiuzaEmail author
  • Roberta Ribas Mocelin
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 445)


This article presents how the interactions between digital technologies and learning processes have been studied in the last years. Using the Systematic Review of Literature it was possible to identify and analyze the studies involved with this subject since the first registered publication until the most recent. This way, it was clear to comprehend what information there is about it, and what still can be explored with new studies. It was discovered that there is still a lot to be studied about the possible contributions of digital technologies and pedagogical architectures on learning processes.


Digital technologies Pedagogical architectures Systematic review Learning 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Federal University of Santa CatarinaAraranguáBrazil

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