Handbook of Online Education

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Jan 15, 2007 - Education - 346 pages
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This resource book provides a range of practical, innovative ideas to promote active learning online. It will offer teachers, trainers, and course writers a selection of ready-made, adaptable activities which can be used as a basis of elearning activity on a course or as a departure point for development, independent work and/or discussion. Sections of the book will include Resources for Building Confidence, Resources for Learning to Learn Online, Resources for Assessment and Active Learning Online. Each section will be prefaced by a general theoretical overview and suggestions for further reading and personal action research.

 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Making the Handbook Work for You
Resources for Promoting Active Learning Online
References
Glossary
Index
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About the author (2007)

Shirley Bennett is Lecturer in Education and Online Learning, Programme Director for the Master of Education in eLearning and University Teaching Fellow at the University of Hull.

Clare Killen helped to develop the Becta's innovative Ferl Practitioners' Programme working with FE and Adult and Community Learning providers before moving to the Learning and Skills Development Agency to work on the Subject Learning Coaches programme.

Debra Marsh is a freelance eLearning Consultant based in France where she focuses on the pedagogy of online learning, teaching, facilitation, course development, design and evaluation.

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