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Educational Media International

September 2010 Volume 47, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A Framework for Web 2.0 Learning Design

    Matt Bower, John G. Hedberg & Andreas Kuswara

    This paper describes an approach to conceptualising and performing Web 2.0-enabled learning design. Based on the Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge model of educational practice, the ... More

    pp. 177-198

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  2. A Video-Based CALL Program for Proficient and Less-Proficient L2 Learners' Comprehension Ability, Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition

    Lu-Fang Lin

    This study investigates first whether news video in a computer-assisted language learning (CALL) program can foster second language (L2) comprehension and incidental acquisition of adjectives,... More

    pp. 199-216

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  3. Assessing Collaborative Work in a Higher Education Blended Learning Context: Strategies and Students' Perceptions

    Lucia Pombo, Maria Joao Loureiro & Antonio Moreira

    This study examines students' views on a blended learning module developed and offered at the University of Aveiro. The paper presents the module and the strategies, tools, activities and... More

    pp. 217-229

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  4. Building a Tool to Help Teachers Analyse Learners' Interactions in a Networked Learning Environment

    O Petropoulou, Altanis , S Retalis, C A. Nicolaou, C Kannas, M Vasiliadou & Ireneos Pattis

    Educators participating in networked learning communities have very little support from integrated tools in evaluating students' learning activities flow and examining learners' online behaviour.... More

    pp. 231-246

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  5. Promoting Spontaneous Facilitation in Online Discussions: Designing Object and Ground Rules

    Yu-mei Wang & Der-Thanq Chen

    Facilitation is a key factor in ensuring the success of class discussions. Traditionally, instructors are the ones who assume the role of facilitators in discussions. Online learning environments... More

    pp. 247-262

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