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Title Distance learning technology, current instruction, and the future of education : applications of today, practices of tomorrow / [edited by] Holim Song.
Imprint Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, [2010]

Subject Distance education -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Educational technology.
Alt Name Song, Holim.
Description xvi, 387 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "The aim of this book is to explore current state and future direction of distance education from different research fields, reports and discussions from students, faculty members, researchers, and practitioners in the field of distance education, training development, and performance improvement"--Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9781615206728 (hardcover)
1615206728 (hardcover)
9781615206735 (ebook)
1615206736 (ebook)
OCLC # 428024893
Table of Contents
Ch. 1Innovative Curriculum in Distance Learning: An Ohio Case Study1
Ch. 2From Traditional Teaching to Online Learning: Revolution or Evolution17
Ch. 3Technology in Education: Integrating Contemporary Technology into Classroom Pedagogy as Foundation to a Practical Distance Learning27
Ch. 4When Twentieth Century Minds Design for Twenty-First Century Distance Learning48
Ch. 5Online Social Constructivism: Theory Versus Practice67
Ch. 6Employing Technology to Create Authentic Learning Environments83
Ch. 7Making a Difference with Mobile Learning in the Classroom96
Ch. 8Lecture Capture: Technologies and Practices113
Ch. 9Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow's Recognition of Industry Applications within Virtual Worlds: A Meta-Analysis of Distance Learning Instructional Achievements within Virtual World Architectural Environments, and Potential Implications for Higher Education132
Ch. 10Blending Synchronous and Asynchronous Interactivity in Online Education162
Ch. 11Screencasts: Your Technology Professor 24/7185
Ch. 12Identifying Student Usability Needs for Collaborative Learning Environment Design196
Ch. 13Instructional Strategy Approaches with Technology216
Ch. 14Essential Design Features of Online Collaborative Learning230
Ch. 15Alternative Realities: Immersive Learning for and with Students245
Ch. 16Instructional Challenges in Higher Education Online Courses Delivered through a Learning Management System by Subject Matter Experts273
Ch. 17Societal Issues, Legal Standards, & International Realities Universities Face in the Distance-Learning Market284
Ch. 18Positioning the Learning Organization for a Successful Distance Education Strategy302
Ch. 19Structure and Change in E-learning: An Ecological Perspective317
 Compilation of References339

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