Online Collaborative Learning Communities: Twenty-one Designs to Building an Online Collaborative Learning Community

Libraries Unlimited, 2004 - 140 páginas
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Annotation "This book provides comprehensive guides for teachers interested in integrating online collaboration into their instruction. The strategies, guidelines, and activities discussed originate from years of online teaching experience and are based on the author's own comprehensive research. Applicable at every academic level and in any subject, the text offers practical guidelines that are based on current learning theories - drawn from online learning and community learning theory - as well as the author's experience." "Twenty-one designs, complete with guidelines, strategies, examples, and tips, will assist readers in designing their own online collaborative learning community, regardless of grade level or delivery system (online, face-to-face, or mixed). Researchers and others interested in learning and technology will find much of value in the author's research, experience, and conclusions, and practitioners looking to implement online collaboration will find this book an invaluable tool."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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CHIH-HSIUNG TU Ph.D. is assistant professor in Educational Technology at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona. He has published widely in professional journals, addressing both practical and theoretical issues. His extensive experience in teaching online moderated courses provides a rare foundation for his treatment of the subject.

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