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Information and Communication Technologies and Real-Life Learning

New Education for the Knowledge Society

  • Conference proceedings
  • © 2005

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  • Presents the most current research to assist educationalists, researchers, practitioners and educational designers in the development and implementation of real-life learning in diverse settings
  • Also essential to technologists, policy makers, educational managers and community learning organizers who deal with the ongoing issues of real-life learning
  • Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras

Part of the book series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (IFIPAICT, volume 182)

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Information and Communication Technologies in Real-Life Learning presents the results of an International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) working conference held December 2004 in Melbourne, Australia. The working conference was organized by IFIP Working Group 3.2 (Informatics and ICT in Higher Education) and IFIP Working Group 3.4 (Professional and Vocational Education in Information Technology).

The papers in this book present a cross-section of issues in real-life learning in which Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays an important role. Some of the issues covered include: education models for real-life learning enabled by ICT; effective organization of a real-life learning environment; the changing role of the student; the changing role of educational institutions and their relationship with business and industry; the changing role of teachers and their use of ICT; and managment of ICT-rich education change.

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Table of contents (31 papers)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Hogeschool van Ultrecht, The Netherlands

    Tom Weert

  • Victoria University, Australia

    Arthur Tatnall

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