Contemporary Perspectives in E-Learning Research: Themes, Methods and Impact on Practice (Open and Flexible Learning Series) e-book
by Martin Oliver,Gráinne Conole
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Gráinne Conole, Martin Oliver.
PART 1 Macro dimensions of e-learning.
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Martin Oliver is senior lecturer at the Institute of Education
Martin Oliver is senior lecturer at the Institute of Education. Prior to this he was a lecturer in Teaching and Learning (Communication and Information Technologies) at University College London.
Themes, methods and impact on practice (The Open and Flexible Learning). Published December 13, 2006 by Routledge. ISBN 13. 9780415393935.
Article in American Journal of Distance Education 22(2):123-125 · May 2008 with 9 Reads. Learning design has been defined as 'an application of a pedagogical model for a specific learning objective, target group and a specific context or knowledge' (Conole & Oliver, 2006, p. 5). Recent literature on learning design points to the diverse challenges faced by academics in terms of pedagogy, technology and learning context (Beetham & Sharpe, 2007; Conole, Dyke, Oliver & Seale, 2004; Conole & Fill, 2005; San. Diego et al, 2008). Learning design and assessment with etivities.
E-learning is at an exciting point in its development; its potential in terms of research is great and its impact on institutional practices is fully recognised. This book defines e-learning as a field of research, highlighting the complex issues, activities and tensions that characterise the area.
Written by a team of experienced researchers and commented upon by internationally recognised experts, this book engages researchers and practitioners in critical discussion and debate about thefindings emerging from the field and the associated impact on practice. Key topics examined include:access and inclusion the social-cultural contexts of e-learning organisational structures, processes and identities technical aspects of learning research – using tools and resources approaches to learning and teaching practices and associated learning theories designing for e-learning and the management of educational resources professional roles and identities the evolution of e-assessment collaboration, motivation and educational evaluation.
Contemporary Perspectives in E-LearningResearch provides a synthesis of research, giving readers a grounding in contemporary e-learning scholarship whilst identifying the debates that make it such a lively and fast-moving area. A landmark text in an evolving field, this book will prove invaluable for all researchers, practitioners, policy makers and students who engage with e-learning.