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E-Learning

2004 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Technological Transformation, Multiple Literacies, and the Re-Visioning of Education

    Douglas Kellner

    In light of globalization and technological developments, this article argues that educators need to cultivate multiple literacies for contemporary technological and multicultural societies, that... More

    pp. 9-37

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  2. Designs for Learning

    Mary Kalantzis & Bill Cope

    This article explores the potentials of new pedagogical approaches, assisted by digital technologies, to transform today's learning environments and create learning for the future--learning... More

    pp. 38-93

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  3. "I'm Just Shy": Using Structured Computer-Mediated Communication to Disrupt Masculine Discursive Norms

    James Dwight

    In the context of a class is of pre-service, undergraduate educational technology, primary and secondary majors, the author explores feminist theories and post-structuralist theories regarding... More

    pp. 94-104

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  4. Emotion, Reason, and Information and Communication Technologies in Education: Some Issues in a Post-Emotional Society

    Michalinos Zembylas & Charalambos Vrasidas

    In this article, the authors work across issues of information and communication technologies (ICT) in education to explore the meaning of emotional experience in the context of online learning. In... More

    pp. 105-127

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  5. Redefining Roles: University E-Learning Contributing to Lifelong Learning in a Networked World?

    Nicki Hedge & Louise Hayward

    Distance education enabled by e-learning is at the forefront of university participation in an increasingly connected world. Physical, temporal, cultural and educational borders are becoming both... More

    pp. 128-145

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