E-moderating: The Key to Teaching and Learning Online

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
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Practical and accessible, E-Moderating is a user's guide to working effectively in the virtual world, covering key areas including:

* The why, what and how of e-moderating;

* Becoming a good e-moderator;

* The benefits to learners of e-moderating;

* Training to become an effective e-moderator.

It also features a unique collection of resources for practitioners. Fully updated and expanded, this second edition features new material on the latest research and practice in the field, fresh case studies and practitioners resources, and a brand new chapter on future e-learning scenarios. The book is also accompanied by a website www.e-moderating.com which provides supplementary material and links.

E-moderating is an essential purchase for any teacher, instructor, tutor or facilitator working in an electronic environment, and will help to improve your understanding and practice of online teaching and learning.



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GILLY SALMON is Professor of E-learning and Learning Technologies at the University of Leicester, UK.

PALITHA EDIRISINGHA is Lecturer in E-Learning at the Beyond Distance Research Alliance at the University of Leicester, UK.

MATTHEW MOBBS is Learning Technologist at the University of Leicester, UK.

RICHARD MOBBS is Head of eLearning Advocacy at the University of Leicester, UK.

CHRIS DENNETT is Lecturer in Mobile Computing at the University of Wolverhampton, UK.

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