Collective Intelligence And E-Learning 2.0

Collective Intelligence And E-Learning 2.0

by Harrison Hao Yang
     
 

Collective Intelligence and E-Learning 2.0: Implications of Web-Based Communities and Networking provides a valuable reference to the latest advancements in the area of educational technology and e-learning. This innovative collection includes a selection of world-class chapters addressing current research, case studies, best practices, pedagogical approaches,

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Collective Intelligence and E-Learning 2.0: Implications of Web-Based Communities and Networking provides a valuable reference to the latest advancements in the area of educational technology and e-learning. This innovative collection includes a selection of world-class chapters addressing current research, case studies, best practices, pedagogical approaches, and strategies related to e-learning resources and projects.

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ISBN-13:
9781605667294
Publisher:
IGI Global
Publication date:
02/15/2011
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
374
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 11.30(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Learning Networks and Connective Knowledge Stephen Downes Downes, Stephen 1

Ch. 2 Conceptualizing Codes of Conduct in Social Networking Communities Ann Dutton Ewbank Ewbank, Ann Dutton Adam G. Kay Kay, Adam G. Teresa S. Foulger Foulger, Teresa S. Heather L. Carter Carter, Heather L. 27

Ch. 3 Fulfilling the Promise: Addressing Institutional Factors that Impede the Implementation of E-Learning 2.0 Judi Repman Repman, Judi Cordelia Zinskie Zinskie, Cordelia Elizabeth Downs Downs, Elizabeth 44

Ch. 4 Designing Dynamic Learning Environment for Web 2.0 Application Robert Z. Zheng Zheng, Robert Z. 61

Ch. 5 Instructional Strategies for Teaching in Synchronous Online Learning Environments (SOLE) Marshall G. Jones Jones, Marshall G. Stephen W. Harmon Harmon, Stephen W. 78

Ch. 6 University 2.0: Human, Social, and Societal Issues Daniel W. Surry Surry, Daniel W. David C. Ensminger Ensminger, David C. 94

Ch. 7 Use of Wikis to Support Collaboration among Online Students Jay Alden Alden, Jay 110

Ch. 8 Wikibook Transformations and Disruptions: Looking Back Twenty Years to Today Curtis J. Bonk Bonk, Curtis J. Mimi Miyoung Lee Lee, Mimi Miyoung Nari Kim Kim, Nari Meng-Fen Grace Lin Lin, Meng-Fen Grace 127

Ch. 9 Web-Based Video for e-Learning: Tapping into the YouTubeTM Phenomenon Chareen Snelson Snelson, Chareen 147

Ch. 10 From Information Literacy to Scholarly Identity: Effective Pedagogical Strategies for Social Bookmarking Deborah Everhart Everhart, Deborah Kaye Shelton Shelton, Kaye 167

Ch. 11 VISOLE: A Constructivist Pedagogical Approach to Game-Based Learning Morris S. Y. Jong Jong, Morris S. Y. Junjie Shang Shang, Junjie Fong-Lok Lee Lee, Fong-LokJimmy H. M. Lee Lee, Jimmy H. M. 185

Ch. 12 Second Language E-Learning and Professional Training with Second Life. Patricia Edwards Edwards, Patricia Mercedes Rico Rico, Mercedes Eva Dominguez Dominguez, Eva J. Enrique Agudo Agudo, J. Enrique 207

Ch. 13 Empirical Evidence and Practical Cases for Using Virtual Worlds in Educational Contexts Hyung Sung Park Park, Hyung Sung Young Kyun Baek Baek, Young Kyun 228

Ch. 14 A Pedagogical Odyssey in Three-Dimensional Virtual Worlds: The SECOND LIFE. Model Sharon Stoerger Stoerger, Sharon 248

Ch. 15 Podcasting: A Flexible E-Learning Tool Youmei Liu Liu, Youmei Shawn McCombs McCombs, Shawn 268

Ch. 16 Using Social Networking to Enhance Sense of Community in E-Learning Courses Steve Chi-Yin Yuen Yuen, Steve Chi-Yin Harrison Hao Yang Yang, Harrison Hao 281

Compilation of References 305

Index 348

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