El número más reciente de EDUCAUSE Quarterly Magazine, Volume 33, Number 3, 2010 se ha publicado en formato digital. El tema que permea en este número es el de Ambientes de Aprendizaje.
Learning environments mean different things to different groups, from technology-enhanced physical spaces to virtual spaces made possible by technology. The authors in this special issue of EQ cover the gamut of learning environments, from World of Warcraft to the backchannel in large lecture classes, mobile learning, e-readers, high-tech classrooms and computer labs, to the entire campus or beyond. They also evaluate institutional support for faculty teaching online, faculty and course development, strategic thinking about media and multimodal assignments (a report based on NITLE’s Media Scholarship project), videoconferencing in place of face-to-face practica for graduate students, and effective use of wikis in the classroom. One author investigated the problems introduced by students’ reading styles when learning a foreign language in a traditional classroom and the effects on student use of technology. Several authors explored the role of the educator as a catalyst and tools that can help support them. And a faculty member and instructional designer collaborated to debunk the 10 biggest myths about synchronous online teaching.Lo puede acceder en http://www.educause.edu/EQ/2010/V33/N2.