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|Title:||Learning Design: A Handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training|
|Series/Report no.:||publ.date: 2005, Approx 420 p., Hardcover|
|Abstract:||E-learning is still in its infancy. This can be seen in the both in the limited pedagogical quality and lack of portability of e-learning content, and in the lack of user-friendly tools to exploit the opportunities offered by current technologies. To be successful, e-learning must offer effective and attractive courses and programmes to learners, while at the same time providing a pleasant and effective work environment for staff members who have the task to develop course materials, plan the learning processes, provide tutoring, and assess performance. To overcome these deficiencies, the IMS Global Learning Consortium Inc. released the Learning Design Specification in 2003. With Learning Design it is possible to develop and present advanced, interoperable e-learning courses embracing educational role and game playing methods, problem-based learning, learning community approaches, adaptivity and peer coaching and assessment methods. In this handbook Koper and Tattersall have put together contributions from members of the so-called "Valkenburg Group", consisting of 33 experts deeply involved in e-learning and more specifically learning design. The result is a rich and lasting source of information for both e-learning course and tool developers, providing information about the specification itself, how to implement it in practice, what tools to use, and what pitfalls to avoid. The book not just reports first experiences, but additionally goes beyond the current state of the art by looking at future advancements and innovative applications. Written for: Professionals, researchers in E-Learning <B>Table of contents</B><br> Part I: Setting the Scene: An introduction to learning design; The IMS Learning Design Specification; Architectures to support authoring and content management with Learning Design; An architecture for the delivery of e-learning courses; An architecture for Learning Design engines; A reference implementation of a Learning Design engine; Learning Design Tools.- <br>Part II: Designing eLearning Courses: Basic design procedures for e-learning courses; An instructional engineering method and tool for the design of units of learning; Integrating assessment into e-learning Courses; Collaboration in learning design using peer-to-peer technologies; Designing adaptive learning environments; Designing educational games; Designing learning networks for lifelong learners; How to integrate learning design into existing practice.- <br>Part III: Experience: Applying Learning Design to self-directed learning; Applying Learning Design to support open learning; Using Learning Design to support design- and runtime adaptation; Learning Design players; Delivery of Learning Design: the Explor@ system's case; Two exploratory case studies; A Learning Design worked example.|
|Description:||Please cite as follows:|
Koper, E.J.R., & Tattersall, C. (Eds.) (2005). Learning Design: A handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training. Heidelberg: Springer.
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