Teaching and Learning in a Net-Centric World

New Issue of IRRODL

Vol 12, No 2 (2011)
Table of Contents
Editorial
Editorial Volume 12, No. 2
Terry Anderson i-iii
Research Articles
Embodied and embedded theory in practice: The student-owned learning-engagement (SOLE) model HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Simon Paul Atkinson 1-18
Head of gold, feet of clay: The online learning paradox HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Thomas Michael Power, Anthony Morven-Gould 19-39
MarylandOnline’s inter-institutional project to train higher education adjunct faculty to teach online HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Julie Shattuck, Bobbi Dubins, Diana Zilberman 40-61
The isolation of online adjunct faculty and its impact on their performance HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Véra L B Dolan 62-77
A pedagogical framework for mobile learning: Categorizing educational applications of mobile technologies into four types HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Yeonjeong Park 78-102
Delimiting the prospect of openness: An examination of initial student approaches to e-learning HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Christopher Francis Naughton, John Roder, Juliette Emma Smeed 103-121
Field Notes
Mobile learning via SMS at Open University Malaysia: Equitable, effective, and sustainable HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Tina Lim, Mansor Fadzil, Norziati Mansor 122-137
Book Notes
Book review – Economics of distance and online learning: Theory, practice and research HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Wolfram Laaser 138-142
Technical Notes
Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Tanya Elias 143-156
Online videoconferencing products: Update HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Douglas Burton, Tim Kitchen 157-165

I’m really pleased to present the second issue of IRRODL 12.2 for this year. I’ve cut and pasted the Table of Contents below, but you need to go to the IRRODL site to find the live links to this open access journal.

Enjoy

Vol 12, No 2 (2011)

Table of Contents

Online videoconferencing products: Update
Douglas Burton, Tim Kitchen
Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning
Tanya Elias
Book review – Economics of distance and online learning:Theory, practice and research
Wolfram Laaser
Mobile learning via SMS at Open University Malaysia: Equitable, effective, and sustainable
Tina Lim, Mansor Fadzil, Norziati Mansor
Delimiting the prospect of openness: An examination of initial student  approaches to e-learning
Christopher Francis Naughton, John Roder, Juliette Emma Smeed
A pedagogical framework for mobile learning: Categorizing educational applications of mobile technologies into four types
Yeonjeong Park
The isolation of online adjunct faculty and its impact on their performance
Véra L B Dolan
MarylandOnline’s inter-institutional project to train higher education adjunct faculty to teach online
Head of gold, feet of clay: The online learning paradox
Thomas Michael Power, Anthony Morven-Gould
Embodied and embedded theory in practice: The student-owned learning-engagement
Simon Paul Atkinson
Editorial Volume 12, No. 2
Terry Anderson
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