Blackboard as an Online Learning Environment: What Do Teacher Education Students and Staff Think?
Australian Journal of Teacher Education Volume 36, Number 7, ISSN 0313-5373
As online learning environments now have an established presence in higher education we need to ask the question: How effective are these environments for student learning? Online environments can provide a different type of learning experience than traditional face-to-face contexts (for on-campus students) or print-based materials (for distance learners). This article identifies teacher education student and staff perceptions of teaching and learning using the online learning management system, Blackboard. Perceptions of staff and students are compared and implications for teacher education staff interested in providing high quality learning environments within an online space are discussed.
Heirdsfield, A., Walker, S., Tambyah, M. & Beutel, D. (2011). Blackboard as an Online Learning Environment: What Do Teacher Education Students and Staff Think?. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(7), 1-16.
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