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Developing Innovation in Online Learning

Developing Innovation in Online Learning Author Maggie McPherson
ISBN-10 0415335132
Release 2004
Pages 148
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Action research has become a valued research and educational development technique -an innovative approach through which a group of participants engage in self-reflection to improve practice. Developing Innovation in Online Learning introduces action research as a method of developing e-learning modules and courses. The book covers both the theory and practice of applying action research principles to develop online learning. The material is grounded in the experiences of practitioners and features practical advice, case studies, models for implementation, a design framework and e-tutoring strategies. The four 'building blocks' of e-learning covered are: * The organisational context * The pedagogic model * The educational setting * The evaluation process This book will be an essential resource for education managers, course developers, and educational researchers.



Reconsidering Open and Distance Learning in the Developing World

Reconsidering Open and Distance Learning in the Developing World Author David Kember
ISBN-10 9781134144662
Release 2007-06-20
Pages 224
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Distance learning is now more prevalent in the developing world than ever before. This book reconsiders the suitability and success of established modes of distance learning for current contexts in the developing world. It examines what adaptations are necessary to suit shifting needs including: the move from elite to mass higher education increased emphasis on knowledge base economies greater demand for lifelong learning and professional development the effects of technical and societal changes demand for post-secondary education. Drawing upon research into students' conceptions of, and approaches to learning, this critical analysis of the state of open and flexible learning examines the characteristics, needs and learning approaches of students, considering whether or not current provision is successful, what changes are necessary, and, crucially, how student retention can be improved.



Online Education Using Learning Objects

Online Education Using Learning Objects Author Rory McGreal
ISBN-10 9780415335126
Release 2004
Pages 361
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E-learning is becoming integral to on-site education in universities worldwide. This book offers a comprehensive look at current technologies & practices in on-line education, with advice on the creation, adaption & implementation of learning objects & metadata.



The British National Bibliography

The British National Bibliography Author Arthur James Wells
ISBN-10 UOM:39015057956560
Release 2004
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN-10 UOM:39015066043202
Release 2003
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Cross Disciplinary Approaches to Action Research and Action Learning

Cross Disciplinary Approaches to Action Research and Action Learning Author Mapotse, Tome Awshar
ISBN-10 9781522526438
Release 2017-07-31
Pages 339
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The complexity of 21st century lifestyle makes collaborative research and learning essential for all of the population, both in well-resourced and socio-economically challenged regions. Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Action Research and Action Learning is an advanced reference source including the latest scholarly research on the examination of the development of a community practice of research in order to improve problem solving in various fields. Featuring extensive coverage on a broad range of topics such as social justice, organizational development, and global economy, this publication is ideally designed for academics, researchers, scholars, and managers seeking current research on the promotion of collaborative research and learning.



Boletin Internacional de Bibliografia Sobre Educacion

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ISBN-10 OSU:32435078080579
Release 2003
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Open and Distance Learning Initiatives for Sustainable Development

Open and Distance Learning Initiatives for Sustainable Development Author Pandey, Umesh Chandra
ISBN-10 9781522526223
Release 2017-06-27
Pages 427
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Education plays a vital role in the positive development of communities at both a local and global level. By becoming more informed, citizens can make better contributions to society. Open and Distance Learning Initiatives for Sustainable Development is a critical reference source for emerging academic perspectives on the role of higher education programs in contemporary society. Including a range of pertinent topics such as mobile learning, environmental education, and community building, this book is ideally designed for educators, researchers, students, and professionals interested in the intersection between sustainable development and education.



Designing Video and Multimedia for Open and Flexible Learning

Designing Video and Multimedia for Open and Flexible Learning Author Jack Koumi
ISBN-10 9781134177202
Release 2006-08-21
Pages 256
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This is a comprehensive, practical guide to the most effective use of video and multimedia in open and distance learning. Illustrated throughout, it considers pedagogic design principles for the highest quality learning material, covering: what to teach on video and how to teach it when to choose and how to use other media for teaching a framework of pedagogic design principles for video and multimedia practical development advice for interactive multimedia. With insights into the comprehensive process of designing, developing and managing distance learning materials, this book will appeal to those involved in course development, educational video, audiovision and interactive multimedia design, as well as to students of general video and multimedia production.



Social information technology

Social information technology Author Terry Kidd
ISBN-10 1599047748
Release 2008-04-22
Pages 469
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"This book provides a source for definitions, antecedents, and consequences of social informatics and the cultural aspect of technology. It addresses cultural/societal issues in social informatics technology and society, the Digital Divide, government and technology law, information security and privacy, cyber ethics, technology ethics, and the future of social informatics and technology"--Provided by publisher.



Revolutionizing K 12 Blended Learning through the i Flex Classroom Model

Revolutionizing K 12 Blended Learning through the i  Flex Classroom Model Author Avgerinou, Maria D.
ISBN-10 9781522502685
Release 2016-06-20
Pages 477
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Blended learning has gained significant attention recently by educational leaders, practitioners, and researchers. i²Flex, a variation of blended learning, is based on the premise that certain non-interactive teaching activities, such as lecturing, can take place by students without teachers’ direct involvement. Classroom time can then be used for educational activities that fully exploit teacher-student and student-student interactions, allowing for meaningful personalized feedback and scaffolding on demand. Revolutionizing K-12 Blended Learning through the i²Flex Classroom Model presents a well-rounded discussion on the i²Flex model, highlighting methods for K-12 course design, delivery, and evaluation in addition to teacher performance assessment in a blended i²Flex environment. Emphasizing new methods for improving the classroom and learning experience in addition to preparing students for higher education and careers, this publication is an essential reference source for pre-service and in-service teachers, researchers, administrators, and educational technology developers.



E tivities

E tivities Author Gilly Salmon
ISBN-10 0749436867
Release 2002
Pages 223
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The five-stage framework and e-tivities. - Creating e-tivities. - Developing e-tivities. - Online communication. - E-moderating. - Provision für e-tivities.



Teacher Education for Inclusion

Teacher Education for Inclusion Author Chris Forlin
ISBN-10 9781136965401
Release 2010-06-10
Pages 288
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How teachers might best be prepared to work in schools with an increasingly diverse pupil population is of concern to educational academics, professionals and governments around the world. Changes that have taken place in legislation and practice often fail to taken into account how practitioners can ensure that all children and young people are able to achieve. The focus of this international text is on innovative practices for preparing teachers to work in inclusive classrooms and schools. Drawing on both pre and in-service training methods, the expert contributors to this book follow three major themes: social and political challenges regarding teacher education – providing an historical perspective on the training of teachers, tensions in preparing teachers for inclusion, cultural issues, the relationship between educational funding and practices and collaborative measures to support a whole school approach innovative approaches in pre-service teacher preparation – discussing a range of innovative models and approaches used in pre-service teacher education courses engaging professional development for inservice teachers – reviewing a range of approaches employed to engage working teachers and help them establish curricula and pedagogy that meets the needs of all students in their classes. Each chapter will include a list of proposed learning outcomes, a theoretical or conceptual framework to help readers develop the proposed innovation, an overview of recent research, discussion of the research data available and a discussion of the international implications and challenges, summarising in suggestions for a positive way forward. Teacher Education for Inclusion: Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches is essential reading for practising teacher educators, school leaders, university lecturers in education and post graduate students.



Evaluating e Learning

Evaluating e Learning Author Rob Phillips
ISBN-10 9781136699511
Release 2012-03-22
Pages 240
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How can novice e-learning researchers and postgraduate learners develop rigorous plans to study the effectiveness of technology-enhanced learning environments? How can practitioners gather and portray evidence of the impact of e-learning? How can the average educator who teaches online, without experience in evaluating emerging technologies, build on what is successful and modify what is not? By unpacking the e-learning lifecycle and focusing on learning, not technology, Evaluating e-Learning attempts to resolve some of the complexity inherent in evaluating the effectiveness of e-learning. The book presents practical advice in the form of an evaluation framework and a scaffolded approach to an e-learning research study, using divide-and-conquer techniques to reduce complexity in both design and delivery. It adapts and builds on familiar research methodology to offer a robust and accessible approach that can ensure effective evaluation of a wide range of innovative initiatives, including those covered in other books in the Connecting with e-Learning series. Readers will find this jargon-free guide is a must-have resource that provides the proper tools for evaluating e-learning practices with ease.



The Renaissance Engineer of Tomorrow

The Renaissance Engineer of Tomorrow Author Tor-Ulf Weck
ISBN-10 8883044797
Release 2002
Pages 184
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"On the threshold of the 3rd Millennium, there can be no doubt about the fact that advances & progress of modern society are 'Technology driven'. There is still an ever increasing demand for Engineers at many different levels. Nonetheless, the skills and attitudes required of them are constantly changing, given that they must match developments which take place at an ever increasing rate. Hence, Engineering educators and, to greater extent, all stake-holders in the world of scientific and technological training are looking forward to the model of a more flexible, inter-disciplinary-shaped and innovation oriented kind of Engineers, perhaps an 'Artist-Engineer'. Is the ideal model - what we refer to as 'The Renaissance Engineer of Tomorrow' - a suitable one for the today times? Does such a model exist at all and, if yes, does it really satisfy the needs of our society? The 30th Sefi Annual Conference is a forum which is open for the development of such a discussion amongst scientists, educators, professionals, industrialists, students and all those involved and/or interested in the debate. Primarily, its purpose is to better identify and re-shape our concept of the ideal Engineer as envisaged for the future (no matter how we call such model!). Such a concept involves the ability to manage interaction between the many different branches of scientific and technical knowledge, as well as the skills associated with the adaptability and flexibility to handle tasks in a truly innovative manner, coupled with the positive attitude of life-long learning, ethical awareness and respect in our approach to a sustainable and socially-committed development, etc. All the above issues clearly define the profile of a graduate, far beyond the limited interpretation of the Anglo-Saxon word 'Engineer', i.e. challenging himself to change his/her perception of his/her role in the design process, as one moves beyond the simple act of making decisions based on codes and calculations. All this requires a multi-cultural education enriched through mobility during one's period of study, a marked team-work attitude in an international environment, the acceptance of challenging competitiveness in terms of ideas and improved efficiency of both processes and products: how does one go about developing all these graduate-skills through a simple Engineering degree? And how to solve the evident contradiction between the aspiration to educate an 'Artist Engineer' (necessarily, an elitary group) and the need of delivering a suitable technical education to the many young people who are requested in engineering, such to allow them to work and correctly and safely 'produce' for the society? More than 120 contributions responded to SEFIrenze 2002 call for papers form 30 different countries, almost all over the world. Their presence highlights the interest that the evocative issue of the 'Renaissance Engineer of Tomorrow' has drawn: everyone is dreaming something, figuring out his/her own idea of the task and handbut, perhaps, no single individual can really define, what it is exactly! Let us, therefore, dream of our future Engineers as people who will work with respect and awareness of different traditions and heritage. Let us envisage them as 'human bridges across different cultures and regions', linking people all over the world by means of science and technology. In this way, we can draw inspiration from our glorious Roman past, which teaches us that the Highest Authority, the Pontiff, took his privileged title from Pontifex Maximus, the ancient latin 'Pontesfacere', i.e., the Bridge maker!" (Claudio Borri).



E Learning in the 21st Century

E Learning in the 21st Century Author D. Randy Garrison
ISBN-10 9781136879906
Release 2011-03-01
Pages 184
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The second edition of E-Learning in the 21st Century provides a coherent, comprehensive, and empirically-based framework for understanding e-learning in higher education. Garrison draws on his decades of experience and extensive research in the field to explore the technological, pedagogical, and organizational implications of e-learning. Most importantly, he provides practical models that educators can use to realize the full potential of e-learning. This book is unique in that it focuses less on the long list of ever-evolving technologies and more on the search for an understanding of these technologies from an educational perspective. The second edition has been fully revised and updated throughout and includes discussions of social media and mobile learning applications as well as other emerging technologies in today’s classrooms. This book is an invaluable resource for courses on e-learning in higher education as well as for researchers, practitioners and senior administrators looking for guidance on how to successfully adopt e-learning in their institutions.



Forthcoming Books

Forthcoming Books Author Rose Arny
ISBN-10 UOM:39015060466151
Release 2003-12
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