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The Next Generation of Distance Education

Unconstrained Learning

  • Leslie Moller
  • Jason B. Huett

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. Leslie Moller, Don Robison, Jason B. Huett
    Pages 1-19
  3. Andrew S. Gibbons, Michael E. Griffiths
    Pages 31-47
  4. Philip C. Abrami, Robert M. Bernard, Eva M. Bures, Eugene Borokhovski, Rana M. Tamim
    Pages 49-69
  5. Jennifer C. Richardson, J. Ben Arbaugh, Martha Cleveland-Innes, Philip Ice, Karen P. Swan, D. Randy Garrison
    Pages 97-125
  6. Jennifer A. Maddrell, Ginger S. Watson
    Pages 171-180
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 251-266

About this book

Introduction

The world of education is being radically altered driven by ever-emerging and innovative technologies, openness, and unprecedented access to knowledge. Older correspondence-style methods of instructional delivery are passé and “classroom adapted to the web” approaches to learning are often ineffective because they do little to harness the transformational potential of technology.

 The Next Generation of Distance Education  addresses more cutting edge issues, such as: 

e-learning scenarios

 mobile technologies

communication and information access

personal learning environments 

These domains  are quickly becoming mainstream, shifting control of the learning process away from institutions and into the hands of learners. This volumes promotes a forward-thinking agenda for research and scholarship that highlights new ideas, deep insights, and novel approaches to “unconstrained” learning. It will quickly become indispensible to anyone conducting research in the area of distance education for its innovative and future-oriented approach and its international focus. 

Keywords

CyGames E-Learning scenarios Web 2.0 distance education instructional delivery methods unconstrained learning

Editors and affiliations

  • Leslie Moller
    • 1
  • Jason B. Huett
    • 2
  1. 1.Professor, Educational Tech.Walden UniversityMinneapolisUSA
  2. 2., Assoc. Dean, Online Develop. & USG eCoreUniversity of West GeorgiaCarrolltonUSA

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