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Connected pedagogy: Social networks

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Global social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter support various forms of communication and sharing actions that were previously unavailable. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books. London: Atlantic Books.

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> If you have read any of the following books I will highly appreciate if you share your opinion with the e-Learning community. => > Resources Down-and-dirty Guidelines for Effective Discussions in Online Courses Joanna C. You can read the full text of the book here for free.

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Interview with Terry Anderson

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However, I’m not so thrilled about moving directly to commercial systems like Facebook or LinkedIn, due to privacy and ownership concerns. Steve: You wrote a book recently with Olaf Zawacki-Richter - what are the main themes of this volume?

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 2 (M-Z)

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Defining clear objectives also helps to assess the effectiveness of a course after its completion. Pedagogy: Derived from the Greek for ‘to lead’, pedagogy is a teacher-centred approach to educational activities in online and face-to-face environments.

Clark Quinn – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

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After an academic career, Dr. Quinn served as an executive in online and elearning initiatives and has an international reputation as a speaker and scholar, with four books and numerous articles and chapters to his credit. Clark: I’m a strong believer in social constructivist pedagogies, e.g. problem-based and service learning, whereby a curriculum is activity, not content. How do you educate your clients about the most effective approaches to learning?

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Instructional Design: Whats in a name?

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Professional content It may be my perception, but the pedagogy that is often so prevalent in the writing of teachers, about resources for teaching and learning, is often scarce in the writing of instructional designers, when writing about the same things. Is it the pedagogy?