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Active Learning in Higher Education

March 2012 Volume 13, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Twitter as a Teaching Practice to Enhance Active and Informal Learning in Higher Education: The Case of Sustainable Tweets

    Eva Kassens-Noor

    With the rise of Web 2.0, a multitude of new possibilities on how to use these online technologies for active learning has intrigued researchers. While most instructors have used Twitter for in... More

    pp. 9-21

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  2. Learning Spaces in Mobile Learning Environments

    Astrid M. Solvberg & Marit Rismark

    Mobile learning (m-learning) environments open a wide range of new and exciting learning opportunities, and envision students who are continually on the move, learn across space and time, and move ... More

    pp. 23-33

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  3. Predicting Students' Attitudes towards Advertising on a University Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

    Ike-Elechi Ogba, Neil Saul & Nigel F. Coates

    Most if not all UK universities and many in other parts of the world support their student learning via a virtual learning environment (VLE). Online resources are going to be increasingly important... More

    pp. 63-75

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  4. Supporting Student Self-Study: The Educational Design of Podcasts in a Collaborative Learning Context

    Lucy Taylor, Susan McGrath-Champ & Henriikka Clarkeburn

    One activity-rich way to utilize collaborative learning, team-based learning (TBL), can present students and teachers with both opportunities and challenges. TBL requires students to prepare for... More

    pp. 77-90

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