Handbook of Research on Hybrid Learning Models: Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications: Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications (Google eBook)

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Wang, Fu Lee
IGI Global, Dec 31, 2009 - Computers - 598 pages
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Hybrid learning is now the single-greatest trend in education today due to the numerous educational advantages when both traditional classroom learning and e-learning are implemented collectively.

The Handbook of Research on Hybrid Learning Models: Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications collects emerging research and pedagogies related to the convergence of teaching and learning methods. This significant Handbook of Research provides researchers, scholars, students, and professionals access to the latest knowledge related to hybrid learning, discovered and written by an international gathering of e-learning experts.

  

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Contents

Blended Learning Theories for ComputerScientists and Educationists
1
Hybridizing Online Learningwith External Interactivity
24
Using Metanotation as a Toolfor Describing Learning Systems
42
A Tabular Approach toOutcomeBased CoursePlanning and Assessment
64
Driver or Drifter?Two Case Studies of the BlendedLearning Practices in Higher Education
71
The Clustering of Large ScaleELearning Resources
94
EAssessment as aLearning Tool
105
Performance and Agility inOrchestrating Learning Online
115
Pedagogy Reconsideredin a Multimodal BlendedEnvironment
299
Knowledge Acquisition ina Hybrid Graduate TeacherTraining Program
317
A Hybrid Learning Model Usingan XMLBased MultimediaPodcasting System
327
New Directions in GraduateManagement Education
339
Medical Hybrid Learning Tools
355
Applying Web 20 Tools inHybrid Learning Designs
371
Deployment of a WebBased Critiquing Systemfor Essay Writing in HybridLearning Environment
393
Ramping up to HybridTeaching and Learning
406

Using Podcasting and DigitalAudio in Higher Education
134
Adaptive ComputerAssisted Assesment
154
JustinTime Knowledge andUser Interface Design forEffective Hybrid Learning
174
Eight EducationalConsiderations forHybrid Learning
185
Hybrid InquiryBased Learning
203
Designing BlendedLearning Communities
228
Students Writing TheirOwn Lectures with aWiki and the CSA
244
A Mixed Reality Approachto Hybrid Learning in MixedCulture Environments
260
Discourse Analysis on HybridLearning and Teaching and theChanging Roles of Teachersand Students in Hong Kong
284
Knowledge Managementfor Hybrid Learning
424
Model for an InteractionAssessment Strategy inHybrid Learning IncludingWeb 20 Resources
450
The Polyphonic Model of Hybridand Collaborative Learning
466
Hybrid Teaching andLearning of ComputerProgramming Language
487
Compilation of References
503
About the Contributors
552
Index
564
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Fu Lee Wang is the Head of Department of Business Administration at Caritas Francis Hsu College, Hong Kong. Prior to joining Caritas, he was a Lecturer at the City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. He received B.Eng. and M.Phil. from the University of Hong Kong, MBA from Imperial College London, and Ph.D. in Information Systems from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include electronic business, information systems and e-learning. He is a member of ACM and IEEE. He has published about 50 articles in journals and proceedings of international conferences, i.e., Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), Decision Support Systems (DSS), Information Processing Letters, IW3C, SIGIR, and more.

Joseph Fong is an editorial board member of International Journal of Web Information Systems. He is a fellow of Hong Kong Computer Society, the founder chairman of the [ Hong Kong Computer Society Database Special Interest Group], and the honorable founder chairman of [Hong Kong Web Society], and International Hybrid Learning Society. Fong had worked in the electronic data processing in US for 11 years, and came back to Hong Kong as an academician since 1988. His research interests are in database, data warehousing, data mining XML and Web-Based Learning. His above 100 publications include SCI Journals, Conferences, Patent (US), edited books, and an authored text book on "Information Systems Reengineering and Integration" 2nd edition by Springer in 2006. He had been a program manager of a M.Sc. of Staffordshire University hosted at City University of Hong Kong for a decade and teaches [Data warehousing and data mining], [ Data Engineering], [Database Systems ] and [Introduction to Database Systems ]including XML technology.

Reggie Kwan is the Professor and President of Caritas Institute of Higher Education. Before joining Caritas to build a Catholic university in Hong Kong, he was the Head of Computing and Mathematics at the Open University of Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was the Professor and Chair of Computer Science at Montana Tech of the University of Montana from mid-80ís to late 90ís. He has published six books and over 55 papers in the areas of e-learning. [Editor]

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