ERIC Number: ED512461
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2010
Reference Count: N/A
Handbook of Research on Hybrid Learning Models: Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications
Wang, Fu Lee, Ed.; Fong, Joseph, Ed.; Kwan, Reggie, Ed.
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Hybrid learning is now the single-greatest trend in education today due to the numerous educational advantages when both traditional classroom learning and e-learning are implemented collectively. This handbook collects emerging research and pedagogies related to the convergence of teaching and learning methods. This significant "Handbook of Research" provides researchers, scholars, students, and professionals access to the latest knowledge related to hybrid learning, discovered and written by an international gathering of e-learning experts. Chapters include: (1) In Love and War (Esyin Chew, David Turner and Norah Jones); (2) Hybridizing Online Learning with External Interactivity (Donna Morrow and Richard Bagnall); (3) Using Metanotation as a Tool for Describing Learning Systems (Philip Barker); (4) A Tabular Approach to Outcome-Based Course Planning and Assessment (Oliver Au); (5) Driver or Drifter? Two Case Studies of the Blended Learning Practices in Higher Education (Esyin Chew and Norah Jones); (6) The Clustering of Large Scale E-Learning Resources (Fei Wu, Wenhua Wang, Hanwang Zhang and Yueting Zhuang); (7) E-Assessment as a Learning Tool (Reggie Kwan, Kenneth Wong, Philip Tsang and Francis Yu); (8) Performance and Agility in Orchestrating Learning Online (Lai Yuen and Eric Tsui); (9) Using Podcasting and Digital Audio in Higher Education (Jogesh Muppala, Sean McMinn, David Rossiter and Gibson Lam); (10) Adaptive Computer Assisted Assessment (Diana Perez-Marin, Ismael Pascual-Nieto and Pilar Rodriguez); (11) Just-in-Time Knowledge and User Interface Design for Effective Hybrid Learning (Michel Desmarais); (12) Eight Educational Considerations for Hybrid Learning (Philip Alberts, Linda Murray and Julia Stephenson); (13) Hybrid Inquiry-Based Learning (Yuen-Yan Chan, Hiu-Fung Lam, Harrison Yang, Kai-Pan Mark and Chi-Hong Leung); (14) Designing Blended Learning Communities (Liping Deng and Allan Yuen); (15) Students Writing Their Own Lectures with a Wiki and the CSA (Cath Ellis and Sue Folley); (16) A Mixed Reality Approach to Hybrid Learning in Mixed Culture Environments (Victor Callaghan, Liping Shen, Michael Gardner, Ruimin Shen and Minjuan Wang); (17) Discourse Analysis on Hybrid Learning and Teaching and the Changing Roles of Teachers and Students in Hong Kong (Xu Zhichang and Wang Lixun); (18) Pedagogy Reconsidered in a Multimodal Blended Environment (Barbara O'Byrne); (19) Knowledge Acquisition in a Hybrid Graduate Teacher Training Program (Thanh Nguyen); (20) A Hybrid Learning Model Using an XML-Based Multimedia Podcasting System (Joseph Fong); (21) Blended Learning Systems (Owen Hall); (22) Medical Hybrid Learning Tools (Liana Stanescu and Dumitru Burdescu); (23) Applying Web 2.0 Tools in Hybrid Learning Designs (Mark Lee and Catherine McLoughlin); (24) Deployment of a Web Based Critiquing System for Essay Writing in Hybrid Learning Environment (Fion Lee and Kelvin Wong, William and Cynthia Lee); (25) Ramping up to Hybrid Teaching and Learning (Raj Boora, John Church, Helen Madill, Wade Brown and Myles Chykerda); (26) Knowledge Management for Hybrid Learning (Stefanie Sieber and Andreas Henrich); (27) Model for an Interaction Assessment Strategy in Hybrid Learning Including Web 2.0 Resources (Raquel Hijon-Neira, Angel Velazquez-Iturbide and Jonay Rodriguez-Martin); (28) The Polyphonic Model of Hybrid and Collaborative Learning (Stefan Trausan-Matu); and (29) Hybrid Teaching and Learning of Computer Programming Language (Fu Wang and Tak-Lam Wong).
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Knowledge Management, Higher Education, Programming Languages, Online Courses, Inquiry, Discourse Analysis, Active Learning, Computers, Programming, Blended Learning, Technology Integration, Expertise, Learning Strategies, Outcome Based Education, Educational Assessment, Handheld Devices, Audio Equipment, Information Dissemination, Computer Interfaces, Cultural Pluralism, Internet, Social Networks, Creativity, Information Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Sharing Behavior, Essays, Expository Writing, Foreign Countries
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: Students; Researchers
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Identifiers - Location: Hong Kong