Networked Learning: Perspectives and Issues by Christine SteeplesNetworked Learning: Perspectives and Issues by Christine Steeples

Networked Learning: Perspectives and Issues

EditorChristine Steeples, Christopher Jones

Paperback | September 26, 2001

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Here, the authors' unique focus is on the key issues of networked learning. These include: policy issues, the costs of networked learning, staff development issues, and the student experience. With contributions from authors based in Europe and the US and Australia, it offers a global perspective which is designed to inform professional practice and its administration. It will be essential reading for practitioners and researchers in higher education and learning technology and will be of interest to policy-makers and managers in HE academic administration. It will also be relevant to learning technologists, support staff, as well as students and researchers in education and social science.
Title:Networked Learning: Perspectives and IssuesFormat:PaperbackPublished:September 26, 2001Publisher:Springer LondonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1852334711

ISBN - 13:9781852334710

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Foreword - J. Michael Spector (Syracuse University, USA).- 1. Perspectives and Issues in Networked Learning. Section 1: The Context for Networked Learning: 2. Networked Learning in Higher Education: The Mule in the Barn. 3. The Costs of Networked Learning. 4. Psychological Foundations for Networked Learning. 5. Studying Networked Learning. 6. The Changing Nature of Instructional Design for Networked Learning. 7. Views on Staff Development for Networked Learning. 8. Managing Institutional Change for Networked Learning. 9. Information Specialists and Networked Learner Support. 10. Evaluating Networked Learning. Section 2: Studies of Networked Learning: 11. Approaches to Researching, Teaching and Learning Online. 12. Learning from Watching Others Learn. 13. Issues for Democracy and Social Identity in Computer-Mediate Communication and Networked Learning. 14. Small Group Teaching Across the Disciplines. 15. Designs for Networked Learning in HE. 16. Online Collaborative Assessment: Power Relations and "Critical Learning". 17. The Campus Experience of Networked Learning. 18. Learning Networks and the Issue of Communication Skills. 19. Beyond E-Learning: A Future for Networked Learning. Subject Index.