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Developing Critically Thoughtful e-Learning Communities of Practice

Read Read also:  Making Critical Thinking an Integral Part of Electronic Research In this paper, we consider an approach to developing critically thoughtful e-Learning communities of practice — where participants are deliberate about the use of specific  intellectual tools supporting  … Continue reading

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Supportive systems for continuous and online professional development

Read   We highlight four differences between formal educational systems and supportive systems which have to be taken into account in order to design a system rooted in online environments and social media. These differences are: 1) from pre-produced to … Continue reading

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Turning up Critical Thinking in Discussion Boards

Read This paper adopts a constructivist view of learning. It seeks to explore the mechanisms behind knowledge construction and higher-order thinking in discussion board usage amongst a less traditional, increasingly growing student population of work-based, distance learners. Recent studies have … Continue reading

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Self Organisation and Virtual Learning

This is a presentation given to the JISC South West Regional Support Centre Summer Conference, in Weston Super-Mare, on June 16, 2009.

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Metodología i-AFIEL para medir la Innovación en e-Learning

Este artículo presenta y analiza la innovación en el marco del proyecto europeo Enfoques Innovadores para una Inclusión total en el eLearning (i-AFIEL) y, en especial, la metodología utilizada para medir la innovación en proyectos de e-learning desarrollados por la … Continue reading

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