Using Learning Technologies

Using Learning Technologies

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This collection of first-hand accounts from experienced and accomplished learning technology practitioners highlights issues in using learning technologies for flexible, distance and open learning. Drawing on their own experience, the authors identify and explore the most practical and complex issues faced and reflect upon the lessons learned. The definition of learning technologies is broad, encompassing not only the tools (print, audio, video, online applications) but their creative and informed application and social effects. Experiences from eight different countries are presented while the themes addressed include policy development, teaching skills, learner guidance, evaluation and reflective practice. Often, busy practitioners argue that they do not have time for reflection but that they do have time to swap stories with colleagues. Using Learning Technologies promotes such engagement through a broad range of first-hand accounts of facing the challenges entailed in using learning technologies. The stories recounted here speak directly to practitioners, researchers and administrators, provide a model for reflection and offer practical guidelines for comparison with the reader's own experience.... modern means of milk processing and hygiene, water purification and sanitation, food and nutrition (emphasizing the use of ... The general information broadcasts use a wider variety of formats from quiz programs to magazine-style interviews and ... Religious programs provide either Muslim sermons or educational programs such as Yamde ejawabuji Dina Lislama (Questions and Answers on Islam).

Title:Using Learning Technologies
Author:Elizabeth J. Burge, Margaret Haughey
Publisher:Psychology Press - 2001


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