Dirckinck-Holmfeld, Lone

Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning

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Table of contents

1. Networked Learning: A Brief History and New Trends
David McConnell, Vivien Hodgson, Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld

2. Networked Learning, Stepping Beyond the Net Generation and Digital Natives
Chris Jones

3. Differences in Understandings of Networked Learning Theory: Connectivity or Collaboration?
Thomas Ryberg, Lillian Buus, Marianne Georgsen

4. Mediators of Socio-technical Capital in a Networked Learning Environment
Daniel D. Suthers, Kar-Hai Chu

5. Collectivity, Performance and Self-representation: Analysing Cloudworks as a Public Space for Networked Learning and Reflection
Panagiota Alevizou, Rebecca Galley, Gráinne Conole

6. A Classroom with a View: Networked Learning Strategies to Promote Intercultural Education
Juliana E. Raffaghelli, Cristina Richieri

7. The Challenge of Introducing “One More Tool”: A Community of Practice Perspective on Networked Learning
Patricia Arnold, John David Smith, Beverly Trayner

8. Implementation of an Infrastructure for Networked Learning
Tom Nyvang, Ann Bygholm

9. Who’s Taming Who? Tensions Between People and Technologies in Cyberspace Communities
Terrie Lynn Thompson

10. Learning Technology in Context: A Case for the Sociotechnical Interaction Framework as an Analytical Lens for Networked Learning Research
Linda Creanor, Steve Walker

11. Just What Is Being Reflected in Online Reflection? New Literacies for New Media Learning Practices
Jen Ross

12. Objectified Cultural Capital and the Tale of Two Students
Laura Czerniewicz, Cheryl Brown

13. How Do Small Business Owner-Managers Learn Leadership Through Networked Learning?
Susan M. Smith

14. Innovating Design for Learning in the Networked Society
Karin Tweddell Levinsen, Janni Nielsen

15. Problem-Oriented Project Studies: The Role of the Teacher as Supervisor for the Study Group in Its Learning Processes
Jørgen Lerche Nielsen, Oluf Danielsen

16. Life Behind the Screen: Taking the Academic Online
Stuart Boon, Christine Sinclair

17. The Theory, Practice and Pedagogy of Networked Learning
Vivien Hodgson, David McConnell, Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld

Keywords: Education, Educational Technology, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Learning & Instruction, Cognitive Psychology

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