Learning from watching others learn

J. Terry Mayes, Finbar Dineen, Jean McKendree, John Lee

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Abstract

Book abstract: The area of networked learning (learning in which information and communications technology (ICT) is used to promote connections between people and resources) is wide and growing in importance, especially in further and higher education. It offers the opportunity to offer more flexible access to learning programmes over time and space, but not enough is yet known about exactly what it can offer and how best to ensure that institutions maintain and improve the quality of the learning experience. This book focuses on the key issues which anyone involved with the use, administration, or study of networked learning will need to know about. These include policy issues, the costs of networked learning, staff development issues, and the student experience.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNetworked Learning: Perspectives and Issues Volume I: Perspectives on Learning
PublisherSpringer
Pages213-228
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)9781852334710
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2001

Keywords

  • e-pedagogy
  • learning
  • education

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    Mayes, J. T., Dineen, F., McKendree, J., & Lee, J. (2001). Learning from watching others learn. In Networked Learning: Perspectives and Issues Volume I: Perspectives on Learning (pp. 213-228). Springer. http://researchonline.gcu.ac.uk/edu/23