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TitleWeb 2.0-based E-learning : applying social informatics for tertiary teaching / Mark J.W. Lee and Catherine McLoughlin, editors
Imprint Hershey : Information Science Reference, c2011
Descript xxxii, 483 p. : ill. ; 29 cm


Emerging paradigms and innovative theories in web-based tertiary teaching and learning : Back to the future: tracing the roots and learning affordances of social software -- Understanding Web 2.0 and its implications for e-learning -- Pedagogy 2.0: critical challenges and responses to Web 2.0 and social software in tertiary teaching -- Learner-generated contexts: a framework to support the effective use of technology for learning -- Considering students' perspectives on personal and distributed learning environments in course design -- Towards best practice: case studies and exemplars of web 2.0-based tertiary teaching and learning : Personal knowledge management skills in Web 2.0-based learning -- Teaching and learning information technology through the lens of Web 2.0 -- University students' self-motivated blogging and development of study skills and research skills -- Using Wikis in teacher education: student-generated content as support in professional learning -- Mobile 2.0: crossing the border into formal learning? -- Meeting at the Wiki: the new arena for collaborative writing in foreign language courses -- Podcasting in distance learning: true pedagogical innovation or just more of the same? -- Using Web 2.0 tools to enhance the student experience in non-teaching areas of the university -- "You can lead the horse to water, but...": aligning learning and teaching in a Web 2.0 context and beyond -- Facebook or Faceblock: cautionary tales exploring the rise of social networking within tertiary education -- Catering to the needs of the "digital natives" or educating the "Net generation"? -- Activating assessment for learning: are we on the way with Web 2.0? -- Web 2.0 and beyond: current implications and future directions for web-based tertiary teaching and learning : Dancing with postmodernity: Web 2.0 +as a new epistemic learning space -- Web 2.0 and professional development of academic staff -- When the future finally arrives: Web 2.0 becomes Web 3.0 -- Stepping over the edge: the implications of new technologies for education

Education Higher -- Effect of technological innovations on Web-based instruction -- Social aspects Web 2.0 -- Social aspects Learning -- Physiological aspects

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