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The Resource Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments : Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies, edited by Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger, (electronic resource)

Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments : Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies, edited by Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger, (electronic resource)

Label
Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments : Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies
Title
Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments
Title remainder
Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Increasing Student Engagement and Retention in e-Learning Environments: Web 2.0 and Blended Learning Technologies examines new research on how online and blended learning technologies are being used in higher education to increase learner engagement in an era of increasing technological convergence and dependence. These enabling technologies are reshaping and reframing the practice of teaching and learning in higher education. Through case studies, surveys, and literature reviews, this volume will examine online and blended technologies are being used to improve academic literacies in students, to create engaging communities of practice, and how these technologies are being used to improve learner motivation and self-empowered learners. This volume will also discuss a framework for adopting and deploying these technologies
Member of
Dewey number
371.334
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Blessinger, Patrick
  • Wankel, Charles
Series statement
Cutting-edge technologies in higher education
Series volume
volume 6G
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  • Computer-assisted instruction
  • Education
Label
Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments : Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies, edited by Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • FRONT COVER; INCREASING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND RETENTION IN E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; COPYRIGHT PAGE; CONTENTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PART I: ADOPTION OF WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; NOVEL APPROACHES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: AN INTRODUCTION TO WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; INTRODUCTION; ADOPTION PRINCIPLES; APPLICATION BENEFITS; THEORETICAL FRAMING; TECHNOLOGY; CHAPTER OVERVIEWS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; LEADERSHIP FROM ID (INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN) FOR WEB 2.0 ADOPTION: APPROPRIATE USE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN ONLINE COURSES
  • INTRODUCTIONAN INTRODUCTION TO WEB 2.0 FOR LEARNING; DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN (ID); A LEADERSHIP APPROACH FOR WEB 2.0; DESIGNING FOR WEB 2.0 ENGAGEMENT (AND QUALITY); SECOND LIFE®: A CASE STUDY AND ANALYSIS FOR ONLINE LEARNING; IMPLICATIONS OF ID LEADERSHIP FOR WEB 2.0 ADOPTION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; PART II: APPLICATION OF WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; CONTROLLING ENGAGEMENT: THE EFFECTS OF LEARNER CONTROL ON ENGAGEMENT AND SATISFACTION; INTRODUCTION; AN OVERVIEW OF LEARNER CONTROL; APPLICATIONS OF LEARNER CONTROL TO E-LEARNING; NONTRADITIONAL APPLICATIONS
  • RECOMMENDATIONSCONCLUSION; REFERENCES; INCREASING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES AND SCIENCE TPACK THROUGH REPRESENTATIONAL CHALLENGES; INTRODUCTION; THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK; METHODS; FINDINGS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FROM CONNECTIVITY TO CONNECTED LEARNERS: TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE AND SOCIAL PRESENCE; INTRODUCTION; A SHORT HISTORY OF DISTANCE LEARNING; TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE: CONSEQUENCES OF SEPARATING LEARNER AND TEACHER; SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE PRESENCE: MEDIATED REPRESENTATIONS OF THE OTHER; CONNECTEDNESS, CONNECTIVITY, AND CONNECTIVIST APPROACHES; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
  • PROMOTING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT AND ACADEMIC LITERACIES THROUGH BLENDED COURSE DESIGNINTRODUCTION; THE CONCEPT OF ACADEMIC LITERACIES; THE VARIABLE RELATIONSHIP OF LEARNING PSYCHOLOGY AND LEARNING DESIGN; FOSTERING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT -- THEN AND NOW; IMPERATIVES FOR CHANGE; CASE STUDIES OF EMBEDDED ACADEMIC LITERACIES; DISCUSSION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; ENGAGING LEARNERS AS MODERATORS IN AN ONLINE MANAGEMENT COURSE; INTRODUCTION; STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING IN AN ONLINE SETTING; THE ROLE OF A MODERATOR; CONTEXT OF THE STUDY; METHODOLOGY FOR THE STUDY; RESULTS; DISCUSSIONS; CONCLUSION
Control code
ocn841852610
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (x, 423 pages .)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781781905166
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)841852610
Label
Increasing student engagement and retention in e-learning environments : Web 2.0 and blended learning technologies, edited by Charles Wankel, Patrick Blessinger, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • FRONT COVER; INCREASING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND RETENTION IN E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; COPYRIGHT PAGE; CONTENTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PART I: ADOPTION OF WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; NOVEL APPROACHES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: AN INTRODUCTION TO WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; INTRODUCTION; ADOPTION PRINCIPLES; APPLICATION BENEFITS; THEORETICAL FRAMING; TECHNOLOGY; CHAPTER OVERVIEWS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; LEADERSHIP FROM ID (INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN) FOR WEB 2.0 ADOPTION: APPROPRIATE USE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN ONLINE COURSES
  • INTRODUCTIONAN INTRODUCTION TO WEB 2.0 FOR LEARNING; DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN (ID); A LEADERSHIP APPROACH FOR WEB 2.0; DESIGNING FOR WEB 2.0 ENGAGEMENT (AND QUALITY); SECOND LIFE®: A CASE STUDY AND ANALYSIS FOR ONLINE LEARNING; IMPLICATIONS OF ID LEADERSHIP FOR WEB 2.0 ADOPTION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; PART II: APPLICATION OF WEB 2.0 AND BLENDED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES; CONTROLLING ENGAGEMENT: THE EFFECTS OF LEARNER CONTROL ON ENGAGEMENT AND SATISFACTION; INTRODUCTION; AN OVERVIEW OF LEARNER CONTROL; APPLICATIONS OF LEARNER CONTROL TO E-LEARNING; NONTRADITIONAL APPLICATIONS
  • RECOMMENDATIONSCONCLUSION; REFERENCES; INCREASING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES AND SCIENCE TPACK THROUGH REPRESENTATIONAL CHALLENGES; INTRODUCTION; THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK; METHODS; FINDINGS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FROM CONNECTIVITY TO CONNECTED LEARNERS: TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE AND SOCIAL PRESENCE; INTRODUCTION; A SHORT HISTORY OF DISTANCE LEARNING; TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE: CONSEQUENCES OF SEPARATING LEARNER AND TEACHER; SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE PRESENCE: MEDIATED REPRESENTATIONS OF THE OTHER; CONNECTEDNESS, CONNECTIVITY, AND CONNECTIVIST APPROACHES; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
  • PROMOTING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT AND ACADEMIC LITERACIES THROUGH BLENDED COURSE DESIGNINTRODUCTION; THE CONCEPT OF ACADEMIC LITERACIES; THE VARIABLE RELATIONSHIP OF LEARNING PSYCHOLOGY AND LEARNING DESIGN; FOSTERING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT -- THEN AND NOW; IMPERATIVES FOR CHANGE; CASE STUDIES OF EMBEDDED ACADEMIC LITERACIES; DISCUSSION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; ENGAGING LEARNERS AS MODERATORS IN AN ONLINE MANAGEMENT COURSE; INTRODUCTION; STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING IN AN ONLINE SETTING; THE ROLE OF A MODERATOR; CONTEXT OF THE STUDY; METHODOLOGY FOR THE STUDY; RESULTS; DISCUSSIONS; CONCLUSION
Control code
ocn841852610
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (x, 423 pages .)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781781905166
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)841852610

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