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Title E-Learning initiatives in China : pedagogy, policy and culture / edited by Helen Spencer-Oatey.
Imprint Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press ; London : Eurospan [distributor], 2007.

Series Education in China: reform and diversity
Education in China: reform and diversity.
Subject Computer-assisted instruction -- China.
Internet in education -- China.
Alt Name Spencer-Oatey, Helen, 1952-
Description 1 online resource (xviii, 290 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction, e-Learning in higher education in China : an overview / Kang Feiyu and Song Gilsun -- Learning by multimedia and multimodality : some critical reflections on Web-based courseware design in the Chinese context / Gu Yueguo -- Designing an innovative online course in language teaching methodology for middle school teachers of English in China : encouraging learner and teacher autonomy / Ian McGrath, Barbara Sinclair and Chen Zehang -- A socio-emotional approach to building communities of learners online / Carol Hall, Eric Hall and Lindsay Cooper -- CUTE : a flexible approach to the integration of online and face-to-face support for language learning / Debra Marsh, Eric Brewster, Nicola Cavaleri and Anny King -- A generic framework for the training of e-learning tutors / Gordon Joyes and Wang Tong -- Translating pedagogy into technology : techno-pedagogic aspects of a Sino-UK e-learning project / Christoph Zahner -- Personalized online learning : exploiting new learning technologies / Gordon Joyes -- Managing collaborative processes in international projects : programme management perspectives / Helen Spencer-Oatey and Tang Min -- Developing a collaborative approach to e-learning design in an intercultural (Sino-UK) context / David McConnell, Sheena Banks and Vic Lally -- Collaborating across boundaries : managing the complexities of e-learning courseware production in a joint international project / Gary Motteram [and others] -- Managing intellectual property rights in cross-national e-learning collaborations / Caroline Windrum -- Informationization of higher education in China : present situation and challenges / Huang Ronghuai, Jiang Xin and Zhang Haishen -- Complexity and interconnection : steering e-learning developments from commodification towards 'co-modification' / Grainne Conole and Martin Dyke.
Note Print version record.
Summary This book provides research and application insights into e-learning in China, in the light of two drives by the Chinese Ministry of Education: to implement curriculum reform and to promote quality and innovation in e-learning provision.
ISBN 9789888052240 (electronic bk.)
9888052241 (electronic bk.)
1282708864
9781282708860
9789622098671 (hbk.)
9622098673 (hbk.)
9622098681 (pbk.)
9789622098688
OCLC # 650821276
Link HKU Press digital editions.
Additional Format Print version: E-Learning initiatives in China. Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press ; London : Eurospan [distributor], 2007 9789622098671 (DLC) 2008438075 (OCoLC)154686149


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