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Educational Technology

2013 Volume 53, Number 6

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Design of the Technology-Rich Classroom Practices and Facilities Environments

    Angela C. Nelson

    It is widely recognized that technology in the classroom has the potential to transform education at every stage from Pre-K, to K-12, to Higher Education and Adult Education. Using the Digital... More

    pp. 3-12

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  2. Working Examples (WEx): A Vehicle for Building Radical Innovations to Change Education

    Jolene Zywica, Anna Roberts & Drew Davidson

    Working Examples (WEx) is described by the authors as a vehicle for ideating and building radical innovations to change education. It is a community of researchers, designers, and educators working... More

    pp. 12-18

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  3. "CrowdTeaching": Supporting Teacher Collective Intelligence Communities

    Mimi M. Recker, Min Yuan & Lei Ye

    The widespread availability of high-quality Web-based tools and content offers new promise and potential for supporting teachers as creators of instructional activities. When coupled with a... More

    pp. 18-23

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  4. Teaching, Doing, and Sharing Project Management in a Studio Environment: The Development of an Instructional Design Open-Source Project Management Textbook

    Daniel L. Randall, Jacquelyn C. Johnson, Richard E. West & David A. Wiley

    In this article, the authors present an example of a project-based course within a studio environment that taught collaborative innovation skills and produced an open-source project management... More

    pp. 24-28

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  5. Questioning Needs Assessment: Some Limitations and Positive Alternatives

    Wallace Hannum

    This article raises questions about the use of needs assessment by those seeking to improve the performance of organizations and individuals. While the discrepancy model of needs assessment has... More

    pp. 29-34

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  6. The Design of Online Learning Environments from the Perspective of Interaction

    Huay Lit Woo

    The design of online learning environments is a complicated process because it entails the use of technological tools to mediate the various forms of interaction situated in the learning process.... More

    pp. 34-38

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  7. The Quantified Self (QS) Movement and Some Emerging Opportunities for the Educational Technology Field

    Victor R. Lee

    The Quantified Self (QS) movement is a growing global effort to use new mobile and wearable technologies to automatically obtain personal data about everyday activities. The social and material... More

    pp. 39-42

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  8. The Little eLearn Centre with a Big Impact

    Terry Anderson

    The Open University of Catalonia (UOC) was established as public, online university and thus has grown quickly with the global interest in online courses. However, like other dedicated distance... More

    pp. 42-45

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  9. Educational Technology Research Journals: Computers & Education, 2002-2011

    David D. Rackham, Frederick R. Hyatt, David C. Macfarlane, Tony Nisse, Wendy Woodfield & Richard E. West

    In this study, the authors examined the journal "Computers & Education" to discover research trends in the articles published during 2002-2011. Research articles were analyzed to... More

    pp. 45-50

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