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Empowering Learners to Interact Effectively in Asynchronous Discussion Activities

Wozniak, Helen M. (2007). Empowering Learners to Interact Effectively in Asynchronous Discussion Activities. In Bullen,M; Janes,D(Ed.), Making the Transition to E-Learning: Strategies and Issues. Hershey USA: Idea Group Publishing. (pp. 208-228).

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IRMA ID 81420671xPUB12
Author Wozniak, Helen M.
Title of Chapter Empowering Learners to Interact Effectively in Asynchronous Discussion Activities
Title of Book Making the Transition to E-Learning: Strategies and Issues
Place of Publication Hershey USA
Publisher Idea Group Publishing
Publication Year 2007
Edition 1
Editor Bullen,M; Janes,D
ISBN 9781591409502   (check CDU catalogue  open catalogue search in new window)
Chapter Number 13
Start Page 208
End Page 228
Total Pages 21
Total Chapters 20
Field of Research 1302 - Curriculum and Pedagogy
1303 - Specialist Studies in Education
HERDC Category B - Book Chapter (DEST)
Abstract Higher education institutions around the world are increasingly turning to e-learning as a way of dealing with growing and changing student populations. Education for the knowledge society means new skills and knowledge are needed and it means that lifelong learning has become a necessity. Higher education institutions are looking to e-learning to provide convenient and flexible access to high quality education and training that is needed to meet these emerging demands. As they implement e-learning, however, institutions are struggling with the many pedagogical, organizational and technological issues. Making the Transition to E-learning: Strategies and Issues provides insights and experiences from e-learning experts from around the world. It addresses the institutional, pedagogical, and technological issues that higher education institutions are grappling with as they move from conventional face-to-face teaching to e-learning in its diverse forms.
 
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