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The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments

The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments

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Table of contents

Part I. Foundations of Virtual Learning Environments

1. Rethinking the Virtual
Nicholas C. Burbules

2. A History of E-learning: Shift Happened
Linda Harasim

3. Towards Philosophy of Technology in Education: Mapping the Field
Michael A. Peters

4. A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late 20th Century
Donna Haraway

5. Teaching and Transformation: Donna Haraway’s “A Manifesto for Cyborgs” and Its Influence in Computer-Supported Composition Classrooms
Erin Smith, Cynthia L. Selfe

6. The Political Economy of the Internet: Contesting Capitalism, the Spirit of Informationalism, and Virtual Learning Environments
Jeremy Hunsinger

7. The Influence of ASCII on the Construction of Internet-Based Knowledge
Jason Nolan

8. Interaction, Collusion, and the Human–Machine Interface
Mizuko Ito

9. Technological Transformation, Multiple Literacies, and the Re-visioning of Education
Douglas Kellner

10. Cyberpedagogy
Carmen Luke

11. Re-situating Constructionism
John W. Maxwell

Part II. Schooling, Professional Learning and Knowledge Management

12. Realizing the Internet’s Educational Potential
J. W. Schofield

13. Virtual Schools: Reflections on Key Issues
Glenn Russell

14. Time, Space, and Virtuality: The Role of Virtual Learning Environments in Time and Spatial Structuring
Robert S. Brown, Joel Weiss

15. Motivational Perspectives on Students’ Responses to Learning in Virtual Learning Environments
Mary Ainley, Christine Armatas

16. User Adaptation in Supporting Exploration Tasks in Virtual Learning Environments
Kinshuk, Taiyu Lin, Ashok Patel

17. Collaborative Text-Based Virtual Learning Environments
Rhonna J. Robbins-Sponaas, Jason Nolan

18. Designing Virtual Learning Environments for Academic Language Development
Eleni Skourtou, Vasilia Kourtis-Kazoullis, Jim Cummins

19. Inclusive E-learning
Jutta Treviranus, Vera Roberts

20. Displacing Student–Teacher Equilibrium in Virtual Learning Environments
Joanna Black

21. Rural South African Teachers “Move Home” in an Online Ecology
Elizabeth Henning

22. Virtual Communities of Practice
Kathryn Hibbert, Sharon Rich

23. Increasing the Democratic Value of Research through Professional Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
Lisa Korteweg, Jane Mitchell

24. Virtual Learning Environments in Higher Education “Down Under”
Brian Pauling

25. Technology and Culture in Online Education: Critical Reflections on a Decade of Distance Learning
Tim W. Luke

26. Global Perspective on Political Definitions of E-learning: Commonalities and Differences in National Educational Technology Strategy Discourses
Yong Zhao, Jing Lei, Paul F. Conway

27. An Overview of Virtual Learning Environments in the Asia-Pacific: Provisos, Issues, and Tensions
David Hung, Der-Thanq Chen, Angela F. L. Wong

28. Global Online Education
Steve McCarty, Begum Ibrahim, Boris Sedunov, Ramesh Sharma

29. Global Virtual Organizations for Online Educator Empowerment
Nick Bowskill, Robert Luke, Steve McCarty

30. An Online Journal as a Virtual Learning Environment: The Case of the Teachers College Record
Gary Natriello, Michael Rennick

31. Professional Development & Knowledge Management via Virtual Spaces
Noriko Hara, Rob Kling

Part III. Out-Of-School Virtual Learning Environments

32. Cemeteries, Oak Trees, and Black and White Cows: Newcomers’ Understandings of the Networked World
Vicki L. O’Day, Mizuko Ito, Annette Adler, Charlotte Linde, Elizabeth D. Mynatt

33. The eLibrary and Learning
Peter Brophy

34. Beyond MuseumWalls: An Exploration of the Origins and Futures of Web-Based, Museum Education Outreach
Kevin Sumption

35. Genealogical Education: Finding Internet-Based Educational Content for Hobbyist Genealogists
Kylie Veale

36. Downtime on the Net: The Rise of Virtual Leisure Industries
Jackie Cook

37. Education, Gaming, and Serious Play
Suzanne Castell, Jennifer Jenson

38. E-learning Environments for Health Care: Advantages, Risks, and Implications
Monica Murero, Giuseppe D'Ancona

39. E-Democracy: Media-Liminal Space in the Era of Age Compression
Mark Balnaves, Lucas Walsh, Brian Shoesmith

40. SonicMemorial.org—The Virtual Memorial as a Vehicle for Rethinking Virtual Learning Environments
Mark Shepard

41. “Why don’t We Trade Places... ”: Some Issues Relevant for the Analysis of Diasporic Web Communities as Learning Spaces
Vera Nincic

42. Exploring the Production of Race Through Virtual Learning Environments
Melissa Altman, Radhika Gajjala

43. Engaging the Disney Effect: The Cultural Production of Escapism and Utopia in Media
Peter Trifonas

44. “A SmallWorld After All”: L. M. Montgomery’s Imagined Avonlea as Virtual Landscape
Benjamin Lefebvre

45. Slash Fiction/Fanfiction
Rochelle Mazar

46. A Critical Eye for the Queer Text: Reading and Writing Slash Fiction on (the) Line
Rhiannon Bury

Part IV. Challenges for Virtual Learning Environments

47. Chromosoft Mirrors
Jeff Noon

48. Net: Geography Fieldwork Frequently Asked Questions
Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin

49. Hacktivism: The How and Why of Activism for the Digital Age
Michelle Levesque

50. Weblogs and Collaborative Web Publishing as Learning Spaces
Alexander C. Halavais

51. Procedural Discourse Networks:Weblogs, Self-organizations and Successive Models for Academic Peer Review
Brandon Barr

52. Wikis: Collaborative Virtual Learning Environments
Naomi Augar, Ruth Raitman, Wanlei Zhou

53. Partying Like it’s 1999: On the Napsterization of Cultural Artifacts Via Peer-to-Peer Networks
John Logie

54. Virtual Harlem as a Collaborative Learning Environment: A Project of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Electronic Visualization Lab
Jim Sosnoski, Steve Jones, Bryan Carter, Ken McAllister, Ryan Moeller, Ronen Mir

55. Video-as-Data and Digital Video Manipulation Techniques for Transforming Learning Sciences Research, Education, and Other Cultural Practices
Roy D. Pea

56. ePresence Interactive Media and Webforum 2001: An Accidental Case Study on the Use of Webcasting as a VLE for Early Child Development
Anita Zijdemans, Gale Moore, Ron Baecker, Daniel P. Keating

57. Networked Scholarship
Barry Wellman, Emmanuel Koku, Jeremy Hunsinger

58. Analysis of Log File Data to Understand Behavior and Learning in an Online Community
Amy Bruckman

59. Reconstructing the Fables:Women on the Educational Cyberfrontier
Megan Boler, Pris Sears, James S. Dwight

60. (Inorganic) Community Design Models and the Place of (In)appropriate Technology in International Development—What if More Than “Half the World” Wants Internet Access?
Julia Dicum

61. Broadband Technologies, Techno-Optimism and the “Hopeful” Citizen
Matthew Allen

62. The Matrix, or, the Two Sides of Perversion
Slavoj Žižek

63. Learning by Being: Thirty Years of Cyborg Existemology
Steve Mann

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402038037

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