Technology Enhanced Learning: Opportunities for Change

Technology Enhanced Learning: Opportunities for Change

by Paul S. Goodman
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0805836659

ISBN-13: 9780805836653

Pub. Date: 08/28/2001

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This book focuses on how technology may create new learning environments and enhance basic learning processes. The book identifies and informs some of the strategic decisions involved in designing and implementing new technology to enhance learning. It also examines specific learning applications of TEL in order to understand the context of different learning

Overview

This book focuses on how technology may create new learning environments and enhance basic learning processes. The book identifies and informs some of the strategic decisions involved in designing and implementing new technology to enhance learning. It also examines specific learning applications of TEL in order to understand the context of different learning environments, as well as some of the critical lessons learned in designing these environments. Mixing both conceptual perspectives and actual case experiences should create different learning opportunities for the reader.

Technology Enhanced Learning is divided into two parts. Part I deals with strategic issues, such as trends in technology, implications for educational systems, designing infrastructure, and learning environments. Part II looks at specific cases of new learning environments to learn about strategy, infrastructure, impact assessment, and change in TEL learning environments.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780805836653
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
08/28/2001
Pages:
330
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. Part I: Issues. R. Reddy, P.S. Goodman, Technological Trends and Implications for Learning in Tertiary Institutions. R.C. Larson, G.P. Strehle, Edu-Tech: What's a President to Do? H.A. Simon, Cooperation Between Educational Technology and Learning Theory to Advance Higher Education. J-M. Griffiths, A. McCord, The Art and Science of IT Infrastructure. S.L. Whildin, S. Ware, G. St. Clair, The Disquieting Dilemmas of Digital Libraries. P.S. Goodman, Creating Organizational and Technological Change. Part II: Applications. C. Cruz Limón, The Virtual University: Customized Education in a Nutshell. S. Srivastava, The FAST Program: A Computer-Based Training Environment. A.T. Corbett, K. Koedinger, W.S. Hadley, Cognitive Tutors: From the Research Classroom to All Classrooms. J.M. Wilson, The Development of the Studio Classroom. P.S. Goodman, Concluding Thoughts.

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