Digital Learning

Digital Learning reveals the technologies behind successful implementation of online learning and teaching, and introduces the most important concepts and relationships in plain language.

Digital Learning

Author: Michael E. Milakovich

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 178897946X

Page: 368

View: 847

Today quality of education hinges less on mode of instruction or institutional reputation than on the commitment of individual administrators and instructors to understand and apply digital learning. Digital Learning reveals the technologies behind successful implementation of online learning and teaching, and introduces the most important concepts and relationships in plain language. Readers are also provided with a glossary of key terms and a selection of resources.

Digital Learning in Motion

This book will be of great interest for academics, postgraduate students, and researchers in the fields of digital learning and inclusion, education research, educational theory, communication and cultural studies.

Digital Learning in Motion

Author: David Kergel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0429772084

Page: 156

View: 926

Digital Learning in Motion provides a theoretical analysis of learning and related learning media in society. The book explores how changing media affects learning environments, which changes the learning itself, showing that learning is always in motion. This book expounds upon the concept of learning, reconstructing how learning unfolds and analyzing the discourse around pedagogy and Bildung in the age of new digital media. It further discusses in detail the threefold relationship between learning and motion, considering how learning is based on motion, generated by new experiences and changes with the environment and through its own mediatization. The book presents a normative model that outlines how learning can be structured on the basis of society’s values and self-understanding discourses in the digital age. This book will be of great interest for academics, postgraduate students, and researchers in the fields of digital learning and inclusion, education research, educational theory, communication and cultural studies.

Digital Learning Architectures of Participation

This book analyzes specific cases of digital learning models and works to establish future directions of e-learning adoption in institutions worldwide.

Digital Learning  Architectures of Participation

Author: Ecclesfield, Nigel

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1799843343

Page: 289

View: 968

Educational institutions are ever-changing due to the recent adoption of technology into current educational practices. The application of digital technology into education has propelled this field significantly, as researchers attempt to keep pace with the vast array of technologically-induced learning methods that are being implemented. As education keeps transforming, it would be highly beneficial for instructors and administrators to have a compilation of research that helps predict where digital education is going. Digital Learning: Architectures of Participation provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of current distance learning models as well as future methods of digital technology adoption within education. This book analyzes specific cases of digital learning models and works to establish future directions of e-learning adoption in institutions worldwide. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as community development, digital practitioners, and educational policy, this book is ideally designed for researchers, administrators, practitioners, instructors, policymakers, theorists, analysts, academicians, and students seeking current research on the future of digital education.

Literary Education and Digital Learning Methods and Technologies for Humanities Studies

"This book provides insight into the most relevant issues in literary education and digital learning, covering literary aspects both from educational and research perspectives"--Provided by publisher.

Literary Education and Digital Learning  Methods and Technologies for Humanities Studies

Author: Peer, Willie van

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1605669334

Page: 254

View: 415

"This book provides insight into the most relevant issues in literary education and digital learning, covering literary aspects both from educational and research perspectives"--Provided by publisher.

Cases on Digital Learning and Teaching Transformations in Higher Education

Featuring an array of topics such as course transformation, digital retooling, technology trial and error, student engagement, and pedagogy, this book is ideal for university faculty, university administration, curriculum designers, ...

Cases on Digital Learning and Teaching Transformations in Higher Education

Author: Blankenship, Rebecca J.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1522593330

Page: 266

View: 477

Colleges and universities throughout the United States are reimagining teaching and learning processes to best match the personalized needs of the 21st century learner in the present digital age. Applying various digital education strategies within undergraduate and graduate settings and identifying the metrics that can be used to effectively determine learning outcomes are all critical to ensuring a productive educational experience. Cases on Digital Learning and Teaching Transformations in Higher Education is an important resource to the field of education, especially within the TPACK construct, as it provides a glimpse into an initiative specifically designed to transform how university faculty design their courses for maximum and directed technology-relevant impact. Featuring an array of topics such as course transformation, digital retooling, technology trial and error, student engagement, and pedagogy, this book is ideal for university faculty, university administration, curriculum designers, instructional technology designers, academicians, and researchers.

Diversifying Digital Learning

Context of Digital Media Use Researchers have long prioritized accounting for
the context of education in order to best understand student experiences and
learning trajectories. But what does context entail when considering digital
learning?

Diversifying Digital Learning

Author: William G. Tierney

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 1421424355

Page: 216

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Tierney, S. Craig Watkins

Pedagogies of Digital Learning in Higher Education

9. Digital. learning. curriculum. design. Outcomes. and. affordances. Michael W.
Marek and Pin-hsiang Natalie Wu. Introduction. There is vibrant research around
the world in use of digital technology to enhance learning. The capabilities of ...

Pedagogies of Digital Learning in Higher Education

Author: Linda Daniela

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000063461

Page: 222

View: 710

Pedagogies of Digital Learning in Higher Education explores topical issues in education and pedagogy related to the learning process in a technology and media-enriched environment. With a range of international contributions, it opens discussions on the development of the educational science sector and strategies for smart pedagogy to promote a synergy between technology and pedagogy to support students in the learning process. This book analyzes the knowledge-building dimension; the potential of technological solutions to provide feedback. It provides practical offerings that will be of use to those whose interests are related to the collection of research results, digital referencing, the use of online learning tools, or the use of virtual reality solutions in historical constructions. In addition, ideas to promote creativity and the use of digital technology in music education, biology, career education, and social work education have also been developed. This book will be of great interest to academics, researchers, and post-graduate students in the fields of higher education, vocational education, and digital learning

Digital Skills and Life long Learning Digital Learning as a New Insight of Enhanced Learning by the Innovative Approach Joining Technology and Cognition

Life-Long. Learning: Digital. Learning. as. a. New. Insight. of. Enhanced.
Learning. by. the. Innovative. Approach. Joining. Technology. and. Cognition.
Dina Di Giacomo1*, Pierpaolo Vittorini1 and Pilar Lacasa2 1 Department of Life,
Health and ...

Digital Skills and Life long Learning  Digital Learning as a New Insight of Enhanced Learning by the Innovative Approach Joining Technology and Cognition

Author: Dina Di Giacomo

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 2889457532

Page:

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Recently, technology and aging have been key research areas in human cognition. The Research Topic “Digital Skills and Life-long Learning: Digital Learning as a New Insight of Enhanced Learning by the Innovative Approach Joining Technology and Cognition” investigated technology's impact on cognitive and intellective processes, highlighting how intensively technology can change and/or enhance the cognitive functioning throughout one’s lifespan. The aim of this Research Topic was to provide an outlook through multidisciplinary research and development while addressing the dynamic intersection of cognition, mind, and technology. Our scope was 1) to favor the cognitive technology debate, 2) to overcome the dichotomies of technology and psychology, 3) to emphasize the advances in knowledge and well-being. This Research Topic comprises review studies and original articles, focused on digital skills that enhance human potential. Transversal approaches and cross-sectorial analysis were encouraged, leading to investigation areas related to cognitive and mental processing—in educational, rehabilitation, clinical settings—across aging. Articles of high relevance to the Research Topic were submitted on the subjects of a) research in human performance and human factors, b) new research and technologies addressing the needs of a growing populace, and c) cognitive aging and cognitive rehabilitation research.

Handbook on Digital Learning for K 12 Schools

Chapter 5, by Tony Hall, Bonnie Thompson Long, Eilís Flanagan, Paul Flynn and
Jim Lenaghan (School of Education, ... This chapter looks towards systematising
the conceptualisation, development and evaluation of digital learning in ...

Handbook on Digital Learning for K 12 Schools

Author: Ann Marcus-Quinn

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319338080

Page: 516

View: 615

This book guides the adoption, design, development and expectation of future digital teaching and learning projects/programs in K12 schools. It provides a series of case studies and reports experiences from international digital teaching and learning projects in K12 education. The book also furnishes advice for future school policy and investment in digital teaching and learning projects. Finally, the book provides an explanation of the future capacity and sustainability of digital teaching and learning in K12 schools.

Leading Personalized and Digital Learning

Personalized and Digital Learning identifies eight "leadership essentials" that school leaders must attend to if they are to lead an effective and sustainable transition to this new way of teaching and learning--Provided by publisher.

Leading Personalized and Digital Learning

Author: Mary Ann Wolf

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781682530924

Page: 200

View: 644

Personalized and Digital Learning identifies eight "leadership essentials" that school leaders must attend to if they are to lead an effective and sustainable transition to this new way of teaching and learning--Provided by publisher.

Video in the Age of Digital Learning

This timely volume seeks to address this gap by providing educators and instructional designers with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of video production processes and methods for designing effective instructional videos.

Video in the Age of Digital Learning

Author: Jonas Köster

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319939378

Page: 146

View: 440

Although video is now ubiquitous in education, its full potential is oftentimes not fully understood, nor is it used to utmost potential. This timely volume seeks to address this gap by providing educators and instructional designers with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of video production processes and methods for designing effective instructional videos. From its discussion of the significance of digital learning and impact of instructional video to its unique focus on the best design and production techniques that make video an effective teaching tool, this book offers applicable and tested strategies for creating quality instructional video. The accompanying website, which allows readers to see sample videos and access additional online resources, underscores the book’s practitioner focus. Among the topics covered: · Instructional videos for teaching and learning · Design and interactivity of instructional videos · Production, distribution, and integration of instructional videos · The future of instructional video Video in the Age of Digital Learning is an important, practical contribution to the scholarship exploring methods for sharing and acquiring knowledge in the digital age. It promises to be a valuable resource for educators, instructional designers, instructional media producers, and educational technology professionals.

Going Online

This impressive collection, drawn from Ubell's decades of experience as a digital education pioneer, presents a powerful case for embracing online learning for its transformational potential.

Going Online

Author: Robert Ubell

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317686659

Page: 106

View: 129

In Going Online, one of our most respected online learning leaders offers insights into virtual education—what it is, how it works, where it came from, and where it may be headed. Robert Ubell reaches back to the days when distance learning was practiced by mail in correspondence schools and then leads us on a tour behind the screen, touching on a wide array of topics along the way, including what it takes to teach online and the virtual student experience. You’ll learn about: how to build a sustainable online program; how to create an active learning online course; why so many faculty resist teaching online; how virtual teamwork enhances digital instruction; how to manage online course ownership; how learning analytics improves online instruction. Ubell says that it is not technology alone, but rather unconventional pedagogies, supported by technological innovations, that truly activate today's classrooms. He argues that innovations introduced online—principally peer-to-peer and collaborative learning—offer significantly increased creative learning options across all age groups and educational sectors. This impressive collection, drawn from Ubell's decades of experience as a digital education pioneer, presents a powerful case for embracing online learning for its transformational potential.

Digital Learning for All Now

Design the practically paperless classroom This breakthrough guide outlines field-tested strategies show how to affordably integrate technology, utilize open source and crowd sourcing, and align instructional systems and culture to optimize ...

Digital Learning for All  Now

Author: Jonathan P. Costa

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 1452220050

Page: 178

View: 244

Design the practically paperless classroom This breakthrough guide outlines field-tested strategies show how to affordably integrate technology, utilize open source and crowd sourcing, and align instructional systems and culture to optimize student learning.

The Differentiated Flipped Classroom

Ensure personalized student learning with this breakthrough approach to the Flipped Classroom! This groundbreaking guide helps you identify and address diverse student needs within the flipped classroom.

The Differentiated Flipped Classroom

Author: Eric M. Carbaugh

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 1506326374

Page: 216

View: 796

Ensure personalized student learning with this breakthrough approach to the Flipped Classroom! This groundbreaking guide helps you identify and address diverse student needs within the flipped classroom. You’ll find practical, standards-aligned solutions to help you design and implement carefully planned at-home and at-school learning experiences, all while checking for individual student understanding. Differentiate learning for all students with research-based best practices to help you: Integrate Flipped Learning and Differentiated Instruction Use technology as a meaningful learning tool Proactively use formative assessments Support, challenge, and motivate diverse learners Includes real-world examples and a resource-rich appendix.

Handbook of Research on Digital Learning

The Handbook of Research on Digital Learning is an essential reference source that explores the different challenges and opportunities that the new and transformative pedagogies have enabled.

Handbook of Research on Digital Learning

Author: Montebello, Matthew

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1522593063

Page: 394

View: 243

Education has gone through numerous radical changes as the digital era has transformed the way we as humans communicate, inform ourselves, purchase goods, and perform other mundane chores at home and at work. New and emerging pedagogies have enabled rapid advancements, perhaps too rapidly. It’s a challenge for instructors and researchers alike to remain up to date with educational developments and unlock the full potential that technology could have on this significant profession. The Handbook of Research on Digital Learning is an essential reference source that explores the different challenges and opportunities that the new and transformative pedagogies have enabled. The challenges will be portrayed through a number of case studies where learners have struggled, managed, and adapted digital technologies in their effort to progress educational goals. Opportunities are revealed and displayed in the form of new methodologies, institutions scenarios, and ongoing research that seeks to optimize the use of such a medium to assist the digital learner in the future of networked education. Featuring research on topics such as mobile learning, self-directed learning, and cultural considerations, this book is ideally designed for teachers, principals, higher education faculty, deans, curriculum developers, instructional designers, educational software developers, IT specialists, students, researchers, and academicians.

Digital Learning The Key Concepts

The new edition of Digital Learning: The Key Concepts is the perfect reference for anyone seeking to navigate the myriad of named concepts, approaches, issues and technologies associated with digital learning.

Digital Learning  The Key Concepts

Author: Frank Rennie

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0429757425

Page: 172

View: 703

The new edition of Digital Learning: The Key Concepts is the perfect reference for anyone seeking to navigate the myriad of named concepts, approaches, issues and technologies associated with digital learning. Key terms are explained succinctly, making this book ideal to dip into for a quick answer, or to read from cover-to-cover, in order to gain a mastery of how digital concepts fit within the world of education. Fully updated to include important developments in digital practice and technology in education over the last ten years, this book takes the reader from A to Z through a range of relevant topics including: • Course design • Digital scholarship • Learning design • Open education • Personal learning environments • Social media and social networking. Ideal as an introductory guide, or as a reference book for ongoing referral, this quick-to-use and comprehensive guide is fully crossreferenced and complete with suggestions for further reading and exploration, making it an essential resource for anyone looking to extend their understanding of digital practices, techniques and pedagogic concepts.

Digital Learning Strategies

Strategies and resources for using technology to teach students 21st century skills.

Digital Learning Strategies

Author: Michael Fisher

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 1416618643

Page: 42

View: 604

More than a decade into the 21st century, teachers continue to struggle with designing digital assignments as a viable tool for learning and with assessing the demonstration of that learning through student-created products. Digital tools continue to be used primarily for consumption of available resources rather than in the creation of something new. This publication explores what types of assignments are worth engaging online, how teachers and students can leverage global interactions to improve their work, and how teachers can assess digital projects and other work. Along the way, Fisher offers practical advice on rigor and relevance, digital citizenship, formative assessment, and digital portfolios. With instructional strategies and examples of real student work across the content areas, Digital Learning Strategies will allow readers to develop an understanding of the what, when, why, and how of digital assignments and assessments.

Digital Learning in Organizations

Enable employees to harness the power of new and emerging learning technologies to improve staff development, productivity, engagement and knowledge retention.

Digital Learning in Organizations

Author: Steve Wheeler

Publisher: Kogan Page

ISBN: 9780749484682

Page: 256

View: 366

Enable employees to harness the power of new and emerging learning technologies to improve staff development, productivity, engagement and knowledge retention.