Teaching with e-learning in the Lifelong Learning Sector

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SAGE, Jan 4, 2008 - Education - 128 pages
This new edition (previously entitled "Teaching Using Information and Learning Technology in Further Education") is an up to date resource for trainee and qualified teachers within the Lifelong Learning Sector. Focusing on information and learning technology as a toolkit for resourceful teachers, it includes reflective activities, teaching strategies and teaching tips throughout, along with ideas for applying these to the reader's own context. In this new edition, all material has been fully updated to reflect the latest changes in technology and its applications, and each chapter in the book is referenced to the new LLUK Standards.
 

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Contents

Introduction
Why elearning? Why now?
Effective learning
The role of elearning
The tools and how to use them
Current priorities
The skills you need
elearning resources
Introducing elearning
Glossary of acronyms
Index
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About the author (2008)

Chris Hill is manager of the JISC Regional Support Centre for the East Midlands, leading a team that stimulates and supports the use of new technology across the Learning and Skills sector. Prior to this, he was leader of teacher training courses and ILT Development Leader at the City of Bath College. He has a particular interest in developing teaching and learning skills and believes that all teachers should include new technology in their toolkit to give them more options to meet the needs of every learner.

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