1st Edition

Teaching & Learning Online New Pedagogies for New Technologies

Edited By John Stephenson Copyright 2001
    244 Pages
    by Routledge

    239 Pages
    by Routledge

    A guide to teaching and learning online. It presents a wide range of experience and research findings from leading practitioners and organizations around the world, including case studies from the Open University, the BBC, ICL and leading international academics.

    A review of current experience of online learning, John Stephenson and Marion Comey; from television to multimedia - the value of broadcasting as a pedagogical tool, Steve Pollock; student-centred pedagogy, Curtis Bonk et al; a pedagogy for virtual learning -do we need one? Robin Mason; from conventional to distance education, Maya Milankovic-Atkinson et al; a framework for online learning, Terry Mayes; learning from experience online, David Baud and Shirley Alexander; towards a knowledge society, David Dickinson; virtual project environments; learning online and learner-managed learning, Alan Ellis; meaningful contexts in Web-based settings, Ron Oliver; teacher effectiveness online, Sisko Mallinen; course design online, Quentin Whitlock; autonomous learning, Claudio Dondi; improving quality online, Barry Jackson.


    John Stephenson

    'The volume reports a variety of experiences with online education and as such comprises a good survey of current thinking in this evolving field.' - Open Learning