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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

Nov 24, 2015 Volume 19, Number 2


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Researching possible futures to guide leaders towards more effective tertiary education

    Niki Davis, University of Canterbury e-Learning Lab; Andrew Higgins, Independant Consultant

    This research aimed to inform institutional leaders by producing and disseminating a system wide view of what tertiary education might look like in Aotearoa New Zealand, five years into the future.... More

    pp. 8-24

  2. Cultural Dimensions of Learning in Online Teacher Education Courses

    Anthony Hunt; Sue Tickner, The University of Auckland

    Aotearoa New Zealand’s demographics are changing rapidly and, as a consequence, there is now greater diversity in the tertiary student population. This diversity is evident in the continuing ... More

    pp. 25-47

  3. Blended online learning in initial teacher education: A Professional Inquiry on preservice teachers’ inquiry projects

    Anne-Marie Hunt, University of Canterbury

    Online and blended learning bring opportunities and challenges, including more opportunities for authentic activities (Gikandi, Morrow, & Davis, 2011). Blended online environments are now a... More

    pp. 48-60

  4. Teaching crowds: Learning and social media

    Evelyn Lewis

    In Teaching crowds: Learning and social media, Jon Dron and Terry Anderson examine the critical questions and emerging trends associated with the role of social software in the online learning... More

    pp. 61-62