Networked Learning: Perspectives and Issues

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ISBN: 978-1-85233-471-0 (Print) 978-1-4471-0181-9 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Perspectives and Issues in Networked Learning

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      Pages 1-14

      Perspectives and Issues in Networked Learning

  3. The Context for Networked Learning

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      Pages 15-15

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      Pages 17-26

      Networked Learning in Higher Education: The Mule in the Barn

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      Pages 27-48

      The Costs of Networked Learning

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      Pages 49-75

      Psychological Foundations for Networked Learning

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      Pages 77-91

      Studying Networked Learning: Some Implications from Socially Situated Learning Theory and Actor Network Theory

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      Pages 93-109

      The Changing Nature of Instructional Design for Networked Learning

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      Pages 111-124

      Views on Staff Development for Networked Learning

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      Pages 125-141

      Managing Institutional Change for Networked Learning: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach

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      Pages 143-167

      Information Specialists and Networked Learner Support

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      Pages 169-192

      Evaluating Networked Learning: Developing A Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-Method Approach

  4. Studies of Networked Learning

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 193-193

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      Pages 195-212

      Approaches to Researching Teaching and Learning Online

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      Pages 213-227

      Learning from Watching Others Learn

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      Pages 229-242

      Issues for Democracy and Social Identity in Computer Mediated Communication and Networked Learning

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      Pages 243-252

      Small Group Teaching across the Disciplines: Setting the Context for Networked Learning

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      Pages 253-278

      Designs for Networked Learning in Higher Education: A Phenomenographic Investigation of Practitioners’ Accounts of Design

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      Pages 279-292

      Online Collaborative Assessment: Power Relations and ‘Critical Learning’

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      Pages 293-308

      The Campus Experience of Networked Learning

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      Pages 309-322

      Learning Networks and the Issue of Communication Skills

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      Pages 323-341

      Beyond E-Learning: A Future For Networked Learning

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 343-349