domingo, 14 de março de 2010

Annotated bibliography

By Terry Anderson Athabasca University - Canada's Open University
This paper discusses the use of social learning. Discusses the use of social software for teaching transparent. The paper is divided into several zones approach. Making an approach to social change entered by distance learning. In this part the author addresses the issue by the difference that exists to relate through a non attendance. The main conclusions of this discussion, are that the actual cost is lower, and the format of the larger groups, education may still be more personalized.Another topic addressed is the freedom of learning and social presence in this topic the author presents the concept of asynchronous work and the use of social networking as a tool to support education, their perspective, in my view, it is interesting and has some innovative ideas . At another point introduced social software, today one of the most used tools for users, but still little known as a tool to support learning. Discusses the various concepts of the software, such as for example the concepts of mobility. Discusses the types of teaching tools, such as the concept of presence, feedback, or the concept of Cooperative learning support.Covers the most common educational tools, stating that there are over three hundred and eighty cataloged, I think that today already exceeds the thousands of educational tools. Conclude by
Distance learning – Social software’s killer ap? - Link

By Ted Panitz
An article, with a perspective on approaches to cooperation and collaboration. In this paper are defined some of the assumptions about the motivation of the learner and this perspective is presented an approach to negotiation. Introduces the concepts of collaborative approach, and used some of the cooperatives. Lists the main issues of the Guardian, with eight issues a motor that promote reflection of Tutor and methods of learning in distance education. Addresses the interactive tools as the main way to connect and motivate the learner. The games are explained as educational tool. In short what is presented in this paper is a new way of approaching the teaching, not a default way in which the teacher is a transmitter of something, but rather as a catalyst for this research knowledge.


By Stewart Ranson
From Cassel Education
This paper presents an overview of the development of Elearning in modern society, its strengths and weaknesses. It is a work of 1998, so its timeliness and modernity may be a point of discussion.
Inside Learning society - link

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