9780749430344

Changing University Teaching: Reflections on Creating Educational Technologies

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  • ISBN13:

    9780749430344

  • ISBN10:

    0749430346

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/1/2000
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

Behind the hype of the "virtual university" lies real change in the way practitioners approach university teaching. This book focuses on the changes to teaching both on and off campus that have either come from, or themselves influenced the development of educational technologies.

Table of Contents

Contributors vii
Series editor's foreword xiii
Introduction 1(9)
Terry Evans
Daryl Nation
The transformation of the university into an institution of independent learning
10(24)
Otto Peters
Transforming and enhancing university teaching: stronger and weaker technological influences
24(10)
Randy Garrison
Terry Anderson
Knowledge and networks
34(11)
David Harris
The wedlock between technology and open and distance education
45(11)
Olugbemiro Jegede
Managing the introduction of technology in teaching and learning
56(17)
Sandra Wills
Shirley Alexander
Changing media, changing times: coping with adopting new educational technologies
73(12)
Robert Fox
Allan Herrmann
Opening up new teaching and learning spaces
85(13)
Michelle Selinger
Fears and ambitions: adopting audiotape and compact disc approaches to teaching at the University of Papua New Guinea
98(11)
Samuel Haihuie
Lions and merlions: critical reflections on the introduction of new technologies in higher education in Swaziland and Singapore
109(12)
Neil Hanley
Stewart Marshall
To be or not to be: technological change in the University of the South Pacific
121(12)
Richard Wah
The ultimate disorienting dilemma: the online learning community
133(14)
Chere Campbell-Gibson
Using new technologies to create learning partnerships
147(13)
Ron Oliver
Understanding changes to university teaching
160(16)
Terry Evans
Daryl Nation
References 176(12)
Index 188

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