2006

The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments

ISBN: 978-1-4020-3802-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-3803-7 (Online)

Table of contents (63 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxv

  2. Foundations of Virtual Learning Environments

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      Pages 37-58

      Rethinking the Virtual

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      Pages 59-94

      A History of E-learning: Shift Happened

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      Pages 95-116

      Towards Philosophy of Technology in Education: Mapping the Field

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      Pages 117-158

      A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late 20th Century

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      Pages 159-188

      Teaching and Transformation: Donna Haraway’s “A Manifesto for Cyborgs” and Its Influence in Computer-Supported Composition Classrooms

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      Pages 189-206

      The Political Economy of the Internet: Contesting Capitalism, the Spirit of Informationalism, and Virtual Learning Environments

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      Pages 207-220

      The Influence of ASCII on the Construction of Internet-Based Knowledge

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      Pages 221-240

      Interaction, Collusion, and the Human–Machine Interface

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      Pages 241-268

      Technological Transformation, Multiple Literacies, and the Re-visioning of Education

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      Pages 269-277

      Cyberpedagogy

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      Pages 279-298

      Re-situating Constructionism

  3. Schooling, Professional Learning and Knowledge Management

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      Pages 301-327

      Realizing the Internet’s Educational Potential

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      Pages 329-343

      Virtual Schools: Reflections on Key Issues

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      Pages 345-364

      Time, Space, and Virtuality: The Role of Virtual Learning Environments in Time and Spatial Structuring

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      Pages 365-394

      Motivational Perspectives on Students’ Responses to Learning in Virtual Learning Environments

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      Pages 395-424

      User Adaptation in Supporting Exploration Tasks in Virtual Learning Environments

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      Pages 425-439

      Collaborative Text-Based Virtual Learning Environments

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      Pages 441-467

      Designing Virtual Learning Environments for Academic Language Development

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      Pages 469-495

      Inclusive E-learning

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      Pages 497-524

      Displacing Student–Teacher Equilibrium in Virtual Learning Environments

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