Distance Education and Distributed Learning

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Charalambos Vrasidas, Gene V. Glass
IAP, 2002 - Education - 231 pages
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This work discusses issues relating to distance education and distributed learning. There are essays covering: rethinking assessment for the online environment; the role of collaborative learning in social and intellectual development; and the embodiment of knowledge in virtual environments.
 

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Designing and Studying Learning Experiences that Use Multiple Interactive Media to Bridge Distance and Time
1
A Conceptual Framework for Studying Distance Education
31
Rethinking Assessments for the Online Environment
57
Learning to Solve Problems Online
75
Is there Anyone There? The Embodiment of Knowledge In Virtual Environments
99
Revealing the Hidden Curriculum of ELearning
115
Distance Education and the Professorate The Issue of Productivity
135
Evaluation and Research in Distance Education Implication for Research
157
What Makes Online Learning Communities Successful? The Role of Collaborative Learning in Social and Intellectual Development
181
Of Nomads Polyglots and Global Villagers Globalization Information Technologies and Critical Education Online
201
About the Contributors
225
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