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Current Web-based training (WBT) is based on accumulated research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the twentieth century and continuing to the present. ...
Audiences and content for distance programming in remote Alberta workplaces.
Report on learning interests of Canadian Natural Resources employees at the Horizon site, Ft. McMurray, Alberta. Presentation is based on preliminary data collected to October 2007.
Learning communities in the oil sands, and in remote and rural Alberta.
This presentation updates information about the learning needs and interests of workers in remote work camps, as part of the Learning Communities Project. The presentation contains information gathered in the period ...
The Learning Communities Project: Bringing distance education to Alberta's remote work camps and rural areas.
This presentation adds more information about the learning interests of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. employees and contractors, working at the company Horizon site, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Characteristics of interactive online media
This chapter describes technologies used to overcome distance in online learning. Online learning media are tools for cooperation, collaboration, and communication. These devices allow for provision of individual amounts ...
Inclusiveness – Community, Distance Education and Produsage
Keynote talk delivered at 2nd Conference of African Association of Distance Education held in Lagos Nigeria, July 2008
Communicating and interacting: An exploration of the changing roles of media in CALL/CMC
(Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium, 2006)
The sites of learning and teaching using CALL are shifting from CD-based, LAN-based or stand-alone programs to the internet. As this change occurs, pedagogical approaches to using CALL are also shifting to forms which ...
CALL-ing the learner into focus: Towards a learner-centred model for CALL
(Swets & Zeitlinger, 1999)
With the extension of the presence of computers in learning environments to include computer-mediated communications (CMC), such as electronic mail or the Internet, we must now devise models for computer-enhanced pedagogy ...
Networking to Learn: Blogging for Social and Collaborative Purposes
(World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA) 2007, 2007)
This study employs a case study model to documenting the evolution of a Masters course in technology and language learning for in-service teachers using a social constructivist pedagogical approach, from completely ...