Electronic Learning Communities: Issues and Practices

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Sorel Reisman, John G. Flores, Denzil Edge
IAP, 2003 - Education - 565 pages
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This title focuses on electronic learning communities created through the development and use of the Internet for instruction and training. Chapters focus on philosophies, background, reviews, technologies, systems, tools, services, strategies, development, implementation and research.

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Interactive Online Educational Experience Evolution of Graded Projects
Hybrid Courses as Learning Communities
Building Electronic Communities for Distance Learners Beyond the Course Level
FacultyLibrarian Collaboration in Online Course
A Different Practice Spanning the Digital Divide Through Distance Learning
Preparing Faculty Members to Teach in the Elearning Environment
Grow Your Own Course Management the Way You Want It
Strategies for Teaching Thinking and Promoting Intellectual Development in Online Classes
Developing an Effective Online Orientation Course to Prepare Students for Success in a WebBased Learning Environment
Course Management as a Pedagogical Imperative
Exclusion in International Outline Learning Communities
Yours Theirs Mine Just Who Owns Those Distance Courses?
Writing Winning Distance Education Teaching and Learning Grants
About the Authors
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Page 10 - Independent study consists of various forms of teaching-learning arrangements in which teachers and learners carry out their essential tasks and responsibilities apart from one another, communicating in a variety of ways, for the...
Page 17 - Information sources might include web documents, experts available via e-mail or realtime conferencing, searchable databases on the net, and books and other documents physically available in the learner's setting. Because pointers to resources are included, the learner is not left to wander through webspace completely adrift. 4. A description of the process the learners should go through in accomplishing the task. The process should be broken out into clearly described steps. 5. Some guidance on...
Page 17 - WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.

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