Parallel Session 5
Tuesday 6th May: 12.00 - 13.15
Cultures in Online Education
Symposium Organiser: Robin Goodfellow, The Open University.
New Directions in Research into Learning Cultures in Online
Robin Goodfellow, The Open University,
Constructing ethnicity and identity in the online classroom:
linguistic practices and ritual text acts
Leah P. Macfadyen, The University of British Columbia.
Cultural Ecologies in Online Learning
Anne Hewling, The Open University.
Symposium Organisers: Sarah Chesney, James Howard, University of
Flourish: the eCPD Project: Supporting the integration of
eportfolios for continuing professional development.
James Howard, Sarah Chesney, University of Cumbria.
Shane Sutherland, Pebble Learning.
E-Portfolios: A Student Perspective
Kim McGowan, University of Cumbria.
for researching the learning in Networked Learning
Symposium Organiser: Shirley Alexander, University of Technology,
Researching networked learning generatively
Lynette Schaverien, University of Technology, Sydney,
Prof. Shirley Alexander, University of Technology, Sydney.
Researching Learning in Networked Learning – Phenomenography
and Variation theory as empirical and theoretical approaches.
Lund University, University of the Witwatersrand.
Ethnomethodology as an Approach to Researching Networked
Stephen Fox, Lancaster University.
integrated multimedia e-learning model for vocational training
Arne B. Mikalsen, Bjørn Klefstad, Svend Andreas Horgen, Thorleif
Hjeltnes, The research foundation TISIP and Sør-Trøndelag
Understanding the role of
technology within a Communities of Practice of small businesses
Sue Peters, Lancaster University.
New Collaborative and Cooperative
Just-in-Time Training Methods at the Workplace
John B. Stav, Roger Bergh, Sør-Trøndelag University
College. Hariklia Tsalapatas, University of Thessaly.
the sustainability and economic viability of lifelong e-learning
Colloquium Organisers: Symeon Retalis - University of Piraeus &
SQLearn – SOLUTION QUALITY LEARNING.
A comprehensive view of ROI from a U.S. perspective.
M. Dumestre, Regis University, USA
Quality assurance models for e-training programs
T. Kargidis, P.Kefalas, D. Stamatis, Alexander Technological Educational
Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
Developing sustainable e-learning courses – the Norwegian
T. Hjeltnes, TISIP Foundation, Norway
Measuring the viability of lifelong e-learning programs of the Greek
Ministry of Education
S. Retalis, K. Siasiakos, G. Korres, University of Piraeus, Greece
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