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The Search for Learning Community in Learner-Paced Distance Education Programming Or "Having Your Cake and Eating It, Too!
(Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 2003)
University distance and e-learning programs generally follow one of two models. Most dual mode institutions and some open universities follow a model of cohort learning. Students start and terminate each course at the same ...
Telecourse instructor's manual
(TeleEducation NB, 1997)
The manual is designed for people who want to develop and deliver a telecourse using various communication tools. Instructions, invaluable advice as well as checklists are included to guide you through your preparation.
Implementing learning object metadata for mobile devices using CanCore
(Advanced International Conference on Telecommunications, 2006-02-19)
Pedagogical and other types of metadata are important in the implementation of learning systems for use by mobile devices. Metadata is key to the use of learning objects. Learning objects represent a means of rendering ...
Mobile technologies and the future of global education
(Indira Gandhi Open University, 2005-11-15)
Optimism for the future lies on the diminishing “cost” of the production and dissemination of knowledge. This must be differentiated from the “price”. The cost reductions are based on the increased power of technology ...
E-learning in Canada
(Idea Group Publishing, 2007-01)
Any view of elearning in Canada must be informed by the uniquely Canadian feature of provincial jurisdiction over education. Canada is the only country that does not have a national department/ministry of education. Therefore ...
Final Report: ESPORT project evaluation.
This is the final report of the ESPORT project. Two interim reports were produced, in July 2005, and February 2006 (Fahy, 2005, 2006). A full description of the project’s origins and rationale, including an explanation ...
Research experience and agreement with selected ethics principles from Canada’s “Tri-Council Policy Statement – Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans.”
(Journal of Distance Education, 2004-08)
An online survey was conducted of students, instructors, and researchers in distance education regarding principles for the ethical treatment of human research subjects. The study used an online questionnaire, based on ...
Planning for multimedia learning.
(Indira Gandhi National Open University., 2005-06)
Effective uses of multimedia in open and distance learning (ODL) depend upon various factors, some intrinsic to the media themselves, and others related to the differing pedagogic tasks and organizational environments into ...
Two methods for assessing critical thinking in computer-mediated communications (CMC) transcripts.
(International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning., 2005-03)
Abstract: Critical thinking, though critical in education, is especially difficult to detect in online learning and teaching based on computer-mediated communication (CMC). As a latent construct, critical thinking must ...
Why Do Teachers Get To Learn The Most?
(e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology,, 2004)
A common report from anecdotal writing over many generations of educators is that it is the teacher who usually learns the most during the process of gathering content materials, designing, teaching and evaluating student ...