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Author Ellis, Robert.

Title Students' experiences of e-learning in higher education : the ecology of sustainable innovation / Robert Ellis & Peter Goodyear.

Published New York ; Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2009.

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Physical description xix, 208 pages.
Series Open and flexible learning series.
Open & flexible learning series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Introduction 1 -- Contemporary Pressures and Tensions 3 -- Purpose and Perspective 5 -- Two Related Arguments about Learning 11 -- Overview of the Remaining Chapters 14 -- 2 Thinking Ecologically about E-learning 16 -- Introduction 16 -- Ecological Perspectives in Education 18 -- Twenty-first Century Learning 21 -- Research on Student Learning in Higher Education 27 -- E-learning: Characteristics and Affordances 32 -- Uncertainty, Environment, Leadership 36 -- Concluding Comments 37 -- 3 New Students, New Technology 39 -- Introduction 39 -- Do 'Net Generation' Learners Think Differently? 40 -- University Students' Use of IT and their Changing Media Habits 42 -- Learning with IT 46 -- Implications and Concluding Comments 51 -- 4 Student Experiences of E-learning in Higher Education: Learning through Discussion 51 -- Introdcution 52 -- Learning through Discussion 53 -- Students' Approaches to, and Conceptions of, Learning through Discussions 62 -- Associations Between Approaches, Conceptions and Academic Outcomes 62 -- Concluding Comments 71 -- 5 Student Experience of E-learning in Higher Education: Learning through Inquiry 72 -- Introduction 72 -- Learning through Inquiry: Case-based Experiences 73 -- Approaches to Learning through Inquiry: Problem-based Learning Methods 77 -- Student Experience of Internet Resources when Related to Learning Outcomes 83 -- Concluding Comments 86 -- 6 University Teachers' Experiences of E-learning in an Ecology 88 -- Introduction 88 -- Research into Conceptions of, and Approaches to, University Teaching 89 -- Approaches to Blended Teaching 96 -- Associations Between Conceptions of, and Approaches to, Blended Teaching 103 -- Concluding Comments 104 -- 7 An Ecology of Learning: Practical Theory for Leadership, Management and Educational Design 106 -- Introduction 106 -- Managing and Uncertainty 107 -- Idea of an Ecology of Learning 108 -- Leadership in the Ecology of a University 111 -- Design Knowledge for Leadership in an Ecology 116 -- Concluding Comments 116 -- 8 Teaching-as-Design and the Ecology of University Learning 118 -- Introduction 118 -- Idea of Teaching-as-Design 119 -- Focus on Learning: What Needs Designing? 120 -- Self-awareness, Feedback and Self-correction: Iterative Design and Sustainable Improvement 130 -- 9 Leadership for Learning: Perspectives on Learning Spaces 133 -- Introduction 133 -- Relating an Ecological View of Learning to Leadership 134 -- Rationales for Investing in Learning Spaces 144 -- Challenges for the Development of Specifications of Learning Spaces 146 -- Concluding Comments 150 -- 10 Relating the Idea of an Ecology of Learning to Campus Planning 151 -- Intrduction 151 -- Developing a Principled Approach to Managing Uncertainty 151 -- Mission of the University as the Driver 153 -- Principles of Planning for Campus-based Universities 154 -- Identifying the Ecological Balance of the Universities 155 -- Self-awareness 170 -- Awareness of the Relationship Between Course Profile and Virtual Space 170 -- Feedback Loops about Learning Spaces 177 -- Self-correcting Mechanisms and Learning Spaces 181 -- Concluding Comments: Future Visions of Campus-based Universities -- 11 Concluding Comments: The Ecological Perspective, Balance and Change 186.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Other author Goodyear, Peter, 1952-
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Education, Higher -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Computers and college students.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780415989350 alkaline paper
9780415989367 alkaline paper
9780203872970