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Re-Thinking E-Learning Research

November 9 - 27, 2009 | SCoPE Discussions

Description

During this seminar we will look closely at e-learning research. What is it? Where are we? What is the case for narrative methods in e-learning research? How can methodologies associated with critical theory contribute to the field of e-learning research?

This discussion is part of our Professional Reading Group Series. The book,Re-Thinking E-Learning Research: Foundations, Methods, and Practices, by Norm Friesen, Canada Research Chair in E-Learning Practices, is available atAmazon and selected chapters of the book and related readings are available on the seminar wiki.

Participation

Facilitators: Norm Friesen

Moderator: Sylvia Currie

Forum Participants:

Book chapters and related reading

Re-Thinking E-Learning Research: Foundations, Methods, and Practices, by Norm Friesen, Canada Research Chair in E-Learning Practices. The book is available at Amazon. Selected chapters and related readings are available for download:

  • Introduction: Re-thinking e-learning research | PDF 164 KB
  • Chronicles of Change: the narrative turn and e-learning research | PDF 134 KB
  • Genre and CSCL: The form and rhetoric of the online posting | PDF 208 KB
  • SSHRC proposal summary: SUMMARY - Discursive Psychology and Social Technology: Investigating Web 2.0 in Education | PDF 95 KB
  • Hermeneutic Phenomenology: Experiential Evidence in E-Learning | PDF 196 KB
  • Critical Theory: Ideology Critique and the Myths of E-Learning | PDF 184 KB | online @ ACM Ubiquity
  • The Tower of Hanoi and the Experience of Lived Number | PDF 168 KB
  • Conclusion: Plurality versus Synthesis | PDF 136 KB

Slides and Presentations