Archivo de la categoría: revista

Monográfico: LA DOCENCIA VIRTUAL EN LAS UNIVERSIDADES PRESENCIALES (VOL. II)

Hoy traemos el último número de la revista RIED (de la que ya hemos hablado en otras ocasiones). Sumario Volumen 11 – Nº 1, Junio 2008, gira en torno a MONOGRÁFICO: LA DOCENCIA VIRTUAL EN LAS UNIVERSIDADES PRESENCIALES (VOL.II); Manuel Area Moreira (Coordinador)

Producción de material didáctico: los objetos de aprendizajes; Francisco Martínez Sánchez; Mª. Paz Prendes Espinosa.

Análisis de una experiencia de docencia universitaria semipresencial desde la perspectiva del alumnado; Manuel Area Moreira; Ana L. Sanabria Mesa; Mirian González Afonso.

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Fuente: [RIED]

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Vol 3, No 2 (2008): International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of technology enhanced learning. So it aims to bridge the gape between pure academic research journals and more practical publications. So it covers the full range from research, application development to experience reports and product descriptions.

Table of Contents
Papers

Interactive education based on haptic technologies and educational testing of an innovative system Abstract PDF
Sotiris P. Christodoulou, Despina M. Garyfallidou, George S. Ioannidis, Theodore S. Papatheodorou
The Relationship between Using of an Intelligent Tutoring System and Class Achievement in a Basic Mathematics Course Abstract PDF
Ramzi Ahmed Haraty, Abbass I. Sharif
Wayfinding Services for Open Educational Practices Abstract PDF
Marco Kalz, Hendrik Drachsler, Jan van Bruggen, Hans Hummel, Rob Koper
Assimilative Learning with the Aid of Cognitive Maps Abstract PDF
Damian Läge, René Oberholzer, Samy Egli, Roland Streule
Virtual Reality Training in Aid of Communication Apprehension in Classroom Environments Abstract PDF
Max M North, Jeremy Hill, Ainonehi S Aikhuele, Sarah M North
Bayesian Model for Optimization Adaptive e-Learning Process Abstract PDF
Francisco Javier Tapia Moreno, Claudio Alfredo Lopez Miranda, Manuel Jesus Galan Moreno, Enrique Rubio Royo
Application of ICT technology in physics education: teaching and learning elementary oscillations with the aid of simulation software Abstract PDF
Denis Vavougios, Theodoros Karakasidis

Short Papers

Auditory Display as a Tool for Teaching Network Intrusion Detection Abstract PDF
Miguel Angel Garcia-Ruiz, Arthur Edwards, Miguel Vargas Martin, Samir El Seoud

Application Notes

Implementing Microsoft PiL in Australian Schools Abstract PDF
John Messing, Irfan Altas, Jason Howarth

Calls

Computer-based Knowledge & Skill Assessment and Feedback in Learning Settings – CAF2008 PDF
Call for Papers
2nd International Conference on Interactive Computer aided Blended Learning – ICBL2008 PDF
Call for Papers
Special Session ePortfolio (ICL2008) PDF
Call for Papers
Special Session Educational MashUps (ICL2008) PDF
Call for Papers

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Fuente: [iJET]

ELearning Magazine

Aquí os traemos el número de Elearning! dedicado a los servicios de la Web 2.0:

Honored for Excellence-
BEST NEW TRADE MAGAZINE and BEST QUARTERLY TRADE MAGAZINE

Web 2.0 Services

A panel composed of representatives from leading vendors took time to discuss the impact and implications of “Web 2.0” on the learning market.

Building a Learning Culture
By Dr. Mark Rosenberg

You can’t just implement e-learning into an organization that’s not ready for it, doesn’t support it, or doesn’t have a culture based on knowledge sharing.

Making Learning Fun and Social
By Anders Gronstedt

Learning can be both fun and social thanks to Second Life and other virtual worlds, which hold promise for a new generation of learners.

LMS’s 2008: What You Need to Know
By Chris Howard

The LMS market is still growing steadily, but a slowdown is due partly to saturation in the global enterprise market and some commoditization of learning management systems.

Measuring the Learning Experience
By Nicolas Igneri

The ability to measure the effectiveness of the learning solution on the individual and organization is here, thanks to organizations like the American Management Association.

CA Consolidates Successfully

In 2006, one of the world’s largest independent software companies set out to consolidate nine legacy LMSs. The project involved migrating more than 1 million learning records, 44,000 classes, 17,000 users and 4,000 courses.

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Fuente: [elearning magazine]

Educause: Volume 43, Number 2, March/April 2008

Hoy traemos el último número de Educause :

  • George Siemens, Peter Tittenberger, and Terry Anderson
    Increased openness, two-way dialogue, and blurred distinctions between experts and amateurs have combined with numerous technology tools for dialogue, personal expression, networking, and community formation to “remake” conferences, influencing not only how attendees participate in but also how organizers host conferences today.
  • Peter Brantley
    Libraries are successful to the extent that they can bridge communities and can leverage the diversity of the quest, the research, and the discovery. By building bridges among various sectors, libraries will be able to define themselves in the next generation.
  • Mark R. Nelson
    What is the reality with respect to e-books? Will e-books finally take off? After nearly two decades of talking about how e-books are right around the corner, have we finally reached the corner?
  • Richard N. Katz
    “The movement toward open content forces us to really think about what value it is we bring to students who enroll at the Open University. I think that we are getting to that tipping point—rethinking the underlying pedagogy with which we have conventionally delivered distance education and open learning.”

Para el que no la conozca:

EDUCAUSE Review is the association’s award-winning magazine for the higher education IT community. Published bimonthly in print (21,000 distributed copies) and online, the magazine takes a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology, how they may affect the college/university as an institution, and what these mean for higher education and society. In addition to EDUCAUSE members, the magazine’s audience consists of presidents/chancellors, senior academic and administrative leaders, non-IT staff, faculty in all disciplines, librarians, and corporate staff/leaders. The magazine has won numerous editorial and design awards including APEX Awards for Publication Excellence, Magnum Opus Awards, Ozzie Awards, and a Tabbies Award, as well as being named Publication of the Year by the Colorado Society of Association Executives.”

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Fuente: [educause]

número 1 Revista de Estilos de Aprendizaje Learning styles review. Revista de estilos de aprendizagem

Aquí traemos hoy una nueva revista:Revista de Estilos de Aprendizaje. Esta editada en tres idiomas: español, inglés y portugués. Una buena iniciativa, aunque a estas alturas uno ya no sabe si alegrarse por el nacimiento de un nuevo medio de expresión o llorar por tener todavía más lleno el reader y el trabajo. 😉
Aquí tenéis el sumario

Especiales
ESTILOS DE APRENDIZAJE. PRESENTE Y FUTURO
Catalina Maria Alonso García


PADRES Y ESTILOS DE APRENDIZAJE DE SUS HIJOS
Domingo J. Gallego

Artículos de la revista

1-Dos métodos para la identificación de diferencias de Estilos de Aprendizaje entre estudios donde se ha aplicado el chaea – p.28
José Antonio Santizo Rincón – Colegio de Postgraduados (México)
José Luis García Cué – Colegio de Postgraduados (México)
Domingo J. Gallego – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (España)

2-El aprendizaje de matemática con herramienta computacional en el marco de la teoría de los estilos de aprendizaje – p.43
Ana María Craveri – Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina)
Mercedes Anido de López – Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina)

3-Estilos de aprendizagem: o questionário chaea adaptado para língua portuguesa – p.66
Luísa Augusta Vara Miranda – Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Portugal)
Carlos Manuel Mesquita Morais – Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Portugal)

4-Estilo de uso do espaço virtual – p.88
Daniela Melaré Vieira Barros – LANTEC-Universidad Estadual de Campinas (Brasil)
Catalina M. Alonso García – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (España)
Sergio Ferreira do Amaral – LANTEC-Universidad Estadual de Campinas (Brasil)

5-Estilos de aprendizagem de Kolb e sua importância na educação – p.109
Teresa Cristina Siqueira Cerqueira – Universidade de Brasília (Brasil)

6-Estudio descriptivo de los estilos de aprendizaje de docentes universitarios – p.124
Lileya Manrique Villavicencio – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú)
Carmen Rosa Coloma Manrique- Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú)
Rosa Tafur Puente – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú)
Diana Mercedes Revilla Figueroa – Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Perú)

7-Identificación de variables que influyen en los estilos de aprendizaje. Claves para conocer cómo aprenden los estudiantes – p.143
Rosa María Hervás Avilés – Universidad de Murcia (España)

8-Identificación del uso de la tecnología computacional de profesores y alumnos de acuerdo a sus estilos de aprendizaje – p.168
José Luis García Cué – Colegio de Postgraduados (México)
José Antonio Santizo Rincón – Colegio de Postgraduados (México)
Catalina M. Alonso García – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (España)

9-Inteligencia emocional y estilos de aprendizaje en la educación pianística – p.186
Francisco José Balsera Gómez – Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Zaragoza (España)

10-Los estilos de aprendizaje de Honey – Alonso y el rendimiento académico en las áreas de formación general y formación profesional básica de los estudiantes del instituto superior pedagógico privado “Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe” de la provincia de Huancayo – Perú – p.201
John Emilio Loret de Mola Garay- Instituto Superior Pedagógico Privado “Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe” de Huancayo (Perú)

11-Os estilos de aprender e ensinar da professora alfabetizadora – p.214
Evelise Maria Labatut Portillo – Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná (Brasil)

12-¿Se usa más una L2 si se aprende en base a los estilos de aprendizaje? p.226
Iñaki Pikabea Torrano – Universidad del País Vasco (España)(leer más…)

Fuente: [revista estilos de aprendizaje]

EDUTEC. 12 años número 25. Marzo

Aquí tenéis el especial número 25 de EDUTEC, Revista Electrónica de Tecnología Educativa. Nuestras felicitaciones a la revista.Su Sumario es el siguiente:

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Fuente: [EDUTEC]

Lessons from an International e-Learning Project

Hoy traemos este artículo de The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, Vol 8, No 3 (2007), ISSN: 1492-3831

Paul Breen
Holborn College, London
UK

Abstract

This paper offers a critical examination of an e-learning project in the context of a Distance Education training program delivered to teacher trainers by an external university in Rwanda. In examining the successes and failures of the project, it uses a framework based on ideas promulgated by Moore (1995) and strives to provide guidance and reference for future projects in this field.

Introduction

Moore (1995) describes how, in May 1995, The American Center for the Study of Distance Education hosted the Third Distance Education Research Symposium Conference, in which a group of researchers were asked to consider “the effect of research on improving the quality of distance education practice” (p. 1). In setting out a framework for analysis, they identified “four key research areas: course design, instruction, policy and administration, and learners and learning” (p. 4).

By Moore’s (1995) own admission, there is a considerable degree of overlap within these four key research areas, but they serve to offer structure in a field where so much research is autonomous and unconnected. Although all online learning and development projects should be implemented on a case-by-case basis, there is a clear need for comparative studies. This is advocated in the work of Gourley (2004), and Keniston (2001) who in writing about the Indian context, notes that India abounds with pilot projects that rarely form part of any larger plan and which include little thought or consideration of how they might be replicated on a larger scale beyond the boundaries of the individual projects.(leer más…)

Fuente: [The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning]