Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education is a forum for scholarly exchange devoted to the debate on the nature of mathematical thinking and teaching, on issues of equity, cultural diversity, professional development, and the very nature of mathematical thought itself. It welcomes articles focused on how digital experiences can contribute to a more learnable and teachable mathematics. The use of digital tools, along with the possibility of experiencing mathematics in multi-modal, multi- sensory ways, invites reflection both upon the learners themselves and upon the diverse range of means through which they interact with the world. In digital environments, visual, auditory and dynamic means of expressing and exploring mathematics can increase the accessibility of mathematics to learners with (as well as without) disabilities. Authors may be informed by a variety of factors, including historical, philosophical, political and psychological ones, and may use a variety of research methods. We invite both empirical and conceptual studies that contribute to the rethinking of mathematics and its learnability-teachability. We currently invite three different kinds of papers: Research reports, Snapshots and Digital Keywords (See 'Aims & Scope' for more information on each kind of paper).

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