ERIC Number: ED512464
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2010
Reference Count: 0
Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in E-Learning: Issues and Trends
Yang, Harrison Hao, Ed.; Yuen, Steve Chi-Yin, Ed.
Information Science Reference
As education continues to integrate technological advancements into learning and instruction, a resource dedicated to the latest findings and implications becomes necessary. This handbook provides academicians, researchers, and practitioners with a comprehensive view of the historical, conceptual, theoretical, and practical perspectives of conventional e-learning and innovative e-learning 2.0. Presenting cutting-edge research, case studies, best practices, and pedagogical approaches and strategies, this defining reference source incorporates the latest and most discussed Web 2.0 technologies in educational learning and practice. Chapters include: (1) Computer-Mediated Learning (Chien Yu, Wei-Chieh Yu and Chun Lin); (2) From Web to Web 2.0 and E-Learning 2.0 (Clara Coutinho and Joao Bottentuit, Jr.); (3) E-Learning 2.0 (Chaka Chaka); (4) The Key Elements of Online Learning Communities (Jianxia Du, Yunyan Liu and Robert Brown); (5) Generational Learners & E-Learning Technologies (Ke Zhang and Curtis Bonk); (6) The Digital Generation and Web 2.0 (Robin Roberts); (7) Adult Learners, E-Learning, and Success (Jeffrey Hsu and Karin Hamilton); (8) Online Interaction Styles (Dazhi Yang and Jennifer Richardson); (9) Strategies for Providing Formative Feedback to Maximize Learner Satisfaction and Online Learning (Yuliang Liu); (10) Exploring Ideas and Possibilities of Second Life as an Advanced E-Learning Environment (Bo Kim and Youngkyun Baek); (11) When Virtual Communities Click (Jeannine Hirtle and Samuel Smith); (12) Could Web 2.0 Technologies Support Knowledge Management in Organizations? (Luiz de Barros Campos); (13) E-Learning Design for the Information Workplace (Colleen Carmean); (14) The Impact of Information Communication Technology (ICT) to the Greek Educational Community (Paraskevi Mentzelou and Dimitrios Drogidis); (15) Faculty Use and Perceptions of Web 2.0 in Higher Education (Richard Hartshorne, Haya Ajjan and Richard Ferdig); (16) Librarian as Collaborator (Susanne Markgren, Carrie Eastman and Leah Bloom); (17) Implementing E-Learning in University 2.0 (Betul Ozkan); (18) New Literacies in New Times(Hsiu-Ting Hung); (19) Transforming Continuing Healthcare Education with E-Learning 2.0 (Rajani Sadasivam, Katie Crenshaw, Michael Schoen and Raju Datla); (20) Mode Neutral (Brian Smith and Peter Reed); (21) Dispatches from the Graduate Classroom (F. Nordengren and Ann York); (22) Student-Centered Teaching with Constructionist Technology Tools (Kathryn Kennedy, Jeff Boyer, Catherine Cavanaugh and Kara Dawson); (23) Challenges for Teacher Education in the Learning Society (Clara Coutinho); (24) From Memorable to Transformative E-Learning Experiences (Pearl Chen); (25) Authentic Learning in Second Life (Carl Scott, Youmei Liu and Madhuri Kumar); (26) Student Perceptions and Pedagogical Applications of E-Learning Tools in Online Course (C. Chou); (27) Using Blogfolios to Enhance Interaction in E-Learning Courses (Steve Yuen and Harrison Yang); (28) Multi-Tier Knowledge-Based System Accessing Learning Object Repository Using Fuzzy XML (Priti Sajja); and (29) Finding Information (Ivan Angelov, Sathish Menon and Michael Douma).
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Educational Research, Educational Practices, Guides, Outcomes of Education, Knowledge Management, Feedback (Response), Adult Learning, Adult Students, Age Differences, Computer Uses in Education, Online Courses, Distance Education, Learning Activities, Discourse Communities, Educational Technology, Teacher Education
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Higher Education
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers
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