Contents
List of Contributors ...........................................................................................................ix
List of Abbreviations
..........................................................................................................xi
Pr
eface
............................................................................................................................ xiii
Digital technology for educational consumption
............................................................ xiv
Educating student 2.0: fact or fantasy
............................................................................ xiv
Or
ganization .....................................................................................................................xv
1. The Development and Applications of E-Learning Technology
Standards
............................................................................................................ 1
B. Noroozi and A. K. Haghi
Introduction ........................................................................................................................1
Discussion
.........................................................................................................................22
Keywords ..........................................................................................................................
23
2. Beyond the Classroom Walls: A Review of the Evidence on
Social Networking Sites and Youth
................................................................ 25
Anton van Hamel and Rocci Luppicini
Introduction ......................................................................................................................25
Background .......................................................................................................................
28
North American Perspective
.............................................................................................
30
The Canadian Perspective
................................................................................................
39
The International Perspective
...........................................................................................
40
Discussion
.........................................................................................................................44
Future Research
................................................................................................................
45
Conclusion ........................................................................................................................
46
Concluding Remarks ........................................................................................................46
Keywords ..........................................................................................................................
46
3. Perspectives on Learning Design ................................................................... 47
M. Mahdavi and A. K. Haghi
Introduction ......................................................................................................................47
Background: Learning Activity Management Systems (Lams)
.......................................
49
Learning Activities And Roles In Lams
...........................................................................
53
Lams Key Features And Functions For Different Roles
..................................................
55
Modules Of Emu-Lms
......................................................................................................
50
Conclusion ........................................................................................................................
63
Note ..................................................................................................................................
65
Keywords ..........................................................................................................................
66
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4.
A Framework for E-Learning in Digital World
............................................ 67
B. Noroozi and A. K. Haghi
Introduction ......................................................................................................................67
Integrating “What” Into “Why” In Engineering Education
..............................................
70
Fundamental Aspects
........................................................................................................
72
Teaching Culture
...............................................................................................................
74
Teaching Methodology
.....................................................................................................
77
Teaching Instruments
........................................................................................................
79
Discussion
.........................................................................................................................79
Concluding Remarks ........................................................................................................80
Keywords ..........................................................................................................................
82
5. Web-Based Training: Design and Implementation Issues ........................... 83
B. Noroozi and A. K. Haghi
Introduction ......................................................................................................................83
Engineering
.......................................................................................................................85
Engineering Education Requirements
..............................................................................
88
Web-Based Training
.........................................................................................................
90
Conclusion ........................................................................................................................
96
Keywords ..........................................................................................................................
97
6. Teaching Qualitative Research Methods to Students 2.0:
A Reexive Arts-Based Approach
.................................................................. 99
Rocci Luppicini and Jessica Backen
Introduction ......................................................................................................................99
Background .....................................................................................................................
101
Method ............................................................................................................................
103
Findings ..........................................................................................................................
103
Discussion
....................................................................................................................... 113
Keywords ........................................................................................................................ 11
7
Appendix 1
.....................................................................................................................11
7
7. Distance Learning, Virtual Classrooms, and Teaching Pedagogy
in the Internet Environment
..........................................................................11
9
B. Noroozi and A. K. Haghi
Introduction ....................................................................................................................119
Background .....................................................................................................................
122
The Virtual Reality Environment....................................................................................124
Conclusion ......................................................................................................................
130
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
132
8. Student 2.0: A Look at Student Values in a Digital Age ............................. 133
Rocci Luppicini and Carol Myhill
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Introduction ....................................................................................................................133
Background .....................................................................................................................
135
Method ............................................................................................................................
135
Findings ..........................................................................................................................
136
Discussion
.......................................................................................................................141
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
143
9. Interweaving Education, Technology, and Life: University Student
Perspectives on Icts and Personal Relationships
........................................ 145
Rocci Luppicini and Janine Moir
Introduction ....................................................................................................................145
Background .....................................................................................................................
147
Method ............................................................................................................................
148
Findings ..........................................................................................................................
149
Paradox Of Technology Mediated Relationships ...........................................................153
Discussion
.......................................................................................................................154
Recommendations And Implications For Education
......................................................
155
Conclusion ......................................................................................................................
157
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
158
Appendices .....................................................................................................................
158
10. Inside Student 2.0: Student Perspectives on Navigating Online
and Ofine Identities
..................................................................................... 161
Rocci Luppicini and Patricia Barber
Introduction ....................................................................................................................161
Background .....................................................................................................................
162
Method ............................................................................................................................
163
Findings ..........................................................................................................................
164
Interpretation
..................................................................................................................
171
Conclusion ......................................................................................................................
181
Discussion
.......................................................................................................................182
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
184
11. Student 2.0 Revisited: The Paradox of Anonymity and Identity
in the Digital World
....................................................................................... 185
Rocci Luppicini and Xue Lin
Introduction ....................................................................................................................185
Methodology ...................................................................................................................
187
Findings ..........................................................................................................................
188
Interpretation
..................................................................................................................
190
Discussion
.......................................................................................................................195
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
196
12. Education for a Digital World: Current Challenges and
Future Possibilities
........................................................................................ 197
Rocci Luppicini
Introduction ....................................................................................................................197
Strategic Planning and the Challenge of Shared Vision
.................................................
198
Re-Aligning University Planning Vision
........................................................................
201
Technoethics and Technology Planning within Educational Institutions
.......................
203
Keywords ........................................................................................................................
206
References ....................................................................................................... 207
Index
............................................................................................................... 225
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