ePedagogy for virtual learning environments: professional doctorate
Basiel, Anthony (2006) ePedagogy for virtual learning environments: professional doctorate. DProf thesis, Middlesex University.
Three projects were conducted to generate data to validate the eLearning theories, models and pedagogical design principles offered in the concluding chapter. Through this study the overall research question addressed is:
‘How can the learning process (a virtual learning environment event) be facilitated and supported through the research and development of web-based technology that is appropriately matched to eLearning pedagogy and online epistemology?’
The projects discussed are:
Ø Project 1: Educational Web-based Video Conferencing -
This study aims to answer the question, ‘How can web-based video conferencing and related tool sets (white boards, shared desktop, text chat, recording utility, etc.) be pedagogically designed appropriately and applied to a virtual research environment (VRE) context to address the collaborative and support needs of trans-disciplinary (across subjects and levels) work based learning practitioner researchers?
Ø Project 2: eLearning Teaching Templates –
This study will answer the research question, “How can eLearning model templates be used to promote the online teaching/learning process?”
Ø Project 3: VLE Denouement Profile methodology and Toolkit -
The research question, ‘How can a common understanding of VLE design and implementation between the NCWBLP stakeholders be facilitated and supported?’ is addressed.
|Item Type:||Thesis (DProf)|
|Additional Information:||This is the contents of a CD that was submitted as part of the professional doctorate. Download the zip file, unpack it and write it to a CD to reproduce the submission.|
|Research Areas:||A. > Institute for Work Based Learning
B. > Theses
|Depositing User:||Repository team|
|Date Deposited:||22 Jun 2009 11:07|
|Last Modified:||27 Jan 2016 11:54|
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