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e-Learning Skills (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 336
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Macmillan Study Skills

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15 June 2008

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Including new material on blogs, wikis, podcasts and e-portfolios, the second edition reflects the increasing number of e-learning courses.  This practical, flexible text helps students enhance and develop their...

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Including new material on blogs, wikis, podcasts and e-portfolios, the second edition reflects the increasing number of e-learning courses.  This practical, flexible text helps students enhance and develop their existing skills whether they are a distance learner, or at an institution which has e-learning integrated into their programmes.

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Covers the main topics of elearning skills including the use of blogs, wikis, podcasts and eportfolios
  Assumes a practical approach, in its advice and activities
  Flexible: the reader can dip in and out of chapters
  Provides a comprehensive glossary, and offers a range of resources for the elearner to further develop their skills
 

What is e-Learning
Traditional Skills
Computer Skills
Learning Environments
e-Learning skills
Developing Skills
e-Portfolios
Communication Skills
Group and Co-operative Learning
Further Information and Resources
Appendix 1: Assessing Your Learning Skills
Appendix 2: Tips for the Successful e-Learner
Appendix 3: Assessing Your ICT Skills
Appendix 4: Main Sources of Dissatisfaction
Appendix 5: Referencing electronic sources
Glossary
Index.

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ALAN CLARKE is a part-time tutor for the Open University, UK, and Associate Director at the National Institute for Adult Continuing Education. He is currently assisting with developing the curriculum for ICT as a Skill for Life, and is the author of many publications including IT Skills for Successful Study (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).

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ALAN CLARKE is a part-time tutor for the Open University, UK, and Associate Director at the National Institute for Adult Continuing Education. He is currently assisting with developing the curriculum for ICT as a Skill for Life, and is the author of many publications including IT Skills for Successful Study (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).

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