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Journal of Learning Design

Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Professional Development: Designing for the Cognitive and Affective Domains

    Iain Doherty

    This paper critically reflects on the pedagogical approach underlying a professional development course in eLearning. The aim of the course was to teach faculty based eLearning officers the... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. The Importance of Learning Philosophies on Technology Selection in Education

    George Hickey

    Educators are often overcome by the daily concerns of the classroom so they tend to focus on what has worked in the past. It seems a luxury to take the time to ask the more fundamental question:... More

    pp. 16-22

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  3. Scaling-up Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning Techniques for Teaching Large Information Systems Courses

    Jarrod Trevathan, Trina Myers & Heather Gray

    Promoting engagement during lectures becomes significantly more challenging as class sizes increase. Therefore, lecturers need to experiment with new teaching methodologies to embolden deep... More

    pp. 23-38

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  4. Cultivating ICT Students' Interpersonal Soft Skills in Online Learning Environments Using Traditional Active Learning Techniques

    Trina S. Myers, Anna Blackman, Trevor Andersen, Rachel Hay, Ickjai Lee & Heather Gray

    Flexible online delivery of tertiary ICT programs is experiencing rapid growth. Creating an online environment that develops team building and interpersonal skills is difficult due to factors such ... More

    pp. 39-53

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  5. Towards a Theoretical Framework for Online Professional Discussions

    Lenore Adie

    Sociocultural theories of learning and sociocultural theories of technology are explored as a way to view and to map the complex interactions that can occur in online professional discussions. The ... More

    pp. 54-66

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  6. "Teachers Flipping Out" beyond the Online Lecture: Maximising the Educational Potential of Video

    Andrew Thomson, Ruth Bridgstock & Christiaan Willems

    While video is recognised as an important medium for teaching and learning in the digital age, many video resources are not as effective as they might be, because they do not adequately exploit the... More

    pp. 67-78

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  7. Teaching History of Architecture--Moving from a Knowledge Transfer to a Multi-Participative Methodology Based on IT Tools

    Guido Cimadomo

    The changes that the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) framework obliged the School of Architecture of Malaga, University of Malaga. to make to its "History of Architecture" course... More

    pp. 79-90

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