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Sunday, October 05, 2008

Innovate Volume 5, Issue 1, October/November 2008

James L Morrison, Editor-in-Chief, Innovate has been in touch to reminds us about the following below.


The October/November 2008 issue includes a landmark interview describing important developments in technology-enhanced learning plus two articles on e-learning, experiential learning, and reflective participation. In our remaining articles, one reports on a study on the use of student response systems to increase classroom engagement while the other describe an analysis of student assessments of important elements in department websites.

Recasting Distance Learning with Network-Enabled Open Education: An Interview with Vijay Kumar
James L. Morrison and Vijay Kumar
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Transforming e-Learning into ee-Learning: The Centrality of Sociocultural Participation
Sandra B. Schneider and Michael A. Evans

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e-Learning and Action Research as Transformative Practice
Margaret Farren

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Using Student Response Systems to Increase Motivation, Learning, and Knowledge Retention
David J. Radosevich, Roger Salomon, Deirdre M. Radosevich, and Patricia Kahn

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Designing for the Student: Users' Styles and Department Web Sites

Trevor Hall, Ryan Jensen, and Daniel McLean

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Places to Go: Connectivism & Connective Knowledge
Stephen Downes

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Innovate-Ideagora: Introducing a New Feature in Innovate

Alan McCord, Denise Easton, and James Shimabukuro

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