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The SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research, 2e

  • ID: 4031556
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 606 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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The new edition of The SAGE Handbook of E-Learning Research retains the original effort of the first edition by focusing on research while capturing the leading edge of e-learning development and practice. Chapters focus on areas of development in e-learning technology, theory, practice, pedagogy and method of analysis.

Covering the full extent of e-learning can be a challenge as developments and new features appear daily. The editors of this book meet this challenge by including contributions from leading researchers in areas that have gained a sufficient critical mass to provide reliable results and practices.

The 25 chapters are organised into six key areas:

  • Theory
  • Literacy & Learning
  • Methods & Perspectives
  • Pedagogy & Practice
  • Beyond The Classroom
  • Futures


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Caroline Haythornthwaite, Richard Andrews, Jude Fransman & Eric Meyers

1. Introduction

Part 1 THEORY

Christopher Hoadley

2. Online pedagogy from the learning sciences perspective

Chris Jones & Maarten de Laat

3. Networked learning

Mike Sharples, Josie Taylor & Giasemi Vavoula

4. A theory of learning for the mobile age

Sian Bayne

5. Posthumanism and research in digital education

PART 2 LITERACY & LEARNING

Terry Locke

6. Reshaping rhetorical space: elearning through online asynchronous discussion

Andrew Burn

7. Liber ludens: games, play and learning

Myrrh Domingo

8. Multimodality in virtual learning environments: exploring traces of the page in designs of screens

Carol A. Chapelle

9. Second language learning online

Janina Brutt-Griffler and Namsook Kim

10. Multilingualism and e-learning

PART 3 METHODS & PERSPECTIVES

Rebecca Eynon, Ralph Schroeder & Jenny Fry

11. The ethics of learning and technology research

Tim Rogers, Shane Dawson & Dragan Gasevic

12. Learning analytics and the imperative for theory driven research

Caroline Haythornthwaite, Maarten de Laat & Bieke Schreurs

13. Social network analytic perspective on e-learning

Alyssa Wise & Trena Paulus

14. Analyzing learning in online discussions

Lesley Jane Gourlay & Martin Oliver

15. Multimodal longitudinal journaling

PART 4 PEDAGOGY & PRACTICE

Drew Whitworth

16. Information literacy and information practice

Lori Lockyer, Shirley Agostinho & Sue Bennett

17. Design for e-learning

Drew Paulin & Sarah Gilbert

18. Social media and learning

Richard Halverson & Constance Steinkuehler

19. Games and learning

Maggi Savin-Baden & Gemma Tombs

20. Pedagogies in virtual worlds

PART 5 BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Robin Goodfellow & Mary R. Lea

21. Literacy and the digital university

Grainne C. Conole, Giles Pepler, Paul Bacsich, Brenda Padilla & Terese Bird

22. Promoting policy uptake for open educational resources and open practices

Nazlin Bhimani

23. E-learning and libraries

Rhiannon Looseley & Juno Rae

24. E-learning in museums

John Cook

25. Designing for lifelong learning

PART 6 FUTURES

Jon Dron & Terry Anderson

26. The future of e-learning

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Caroline Haythornthwaite - Syracuse University, USA
Richard Andrews - University of East Anglia
Jude Fransman - Open University
Eric M. Meyers - University of British Columbia, Canada
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