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Title: ePedagogy for virtual learning environments : professional doctorate
Author: Basiel, Anthony
Awarding Body: Middlesex University
Current Institution: Middlesex University
Date of Award: 2006
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Three projects were conducted to generate data to validate the eLearning theories, models and pedagogical design principles[1] offered in the concluding chapter. Through this study the overall research question addressed is: ‘How can the learning process (a virtual learning environment event) be facilitated and supported through the research and development of web-based technology that is appropriately matched to eLearning pedagogy and online epistemology?’ The projects discussed are: Project 1: Educational Web-based Video Conferencing - This study aims to answer the question, ‘How can web-based video conferencing and related tool sets (white boards, shared desktop, text chat, recording utility, etc.) be pedagogically designed appropriately and applied to a virtual research environment (VRE) context to address the collaborative and support needs of trans-disciplinary (across subjects and levels) work based learning practitioner researchers? Project 2: eLearning Teaching Templates – This study will answer the research question, “How can eLearning model templates be used to promote the online teaching/learning process?” Project 3: VLE Denouement Profile methodology and Toolkit - The research question, ‘How can a common understanding of VLE design and implementation between the NCWBLP stakeholders be facilitated and supported?’ is addressed.
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Professional Doctorate) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.570761  DOI: Not available
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