domingo, junio 22, 2008

JOLT publica número sobre "Learning Management Systems"

El número más reciente del Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT) (Vol. 4, No. 2, junio 2008) tiene una sección especial sobre Learning Management Systems (LMS) de la próxima generación. Incluye los siguientes artículos:
Section 1: Research on Design and Usage
Blackboard as the Learning Management System in a Computer Literacy Course, Florence Martin

Lifelong Learning and Systems: A Post-Fordist Analysis, Patricia McGee and Marybeth Green

Learning Management Systems of the Future: Theoretical Framework and Design, Farhad Saba
Section 2: Defining Tools for a New Learning Space
Wikis as a Tool for Collaborative Course Management, Mark Frydenberg

Defining Tools for a New Learning Space: Writing and Reading Class Blogs, Sarah Hurlburt

The LMS Mirror: School as We Know IT versus School as We Need IT and the Triumph of the Custodial Class, Gary Brown and Nils Peterson
Section 3: Visioning Future Spaces
Deepening the Chasm: Web 2.0, Gaming, and Course Management Systems, Bryan Alexander

Identity, Power, and Representation in Virtual Environments, Frank Vander Valk

Breaking into the Fulcrum Arena: A Concept Paper Looking Beyond Next Generation LMS, Shalin Hai-Jew
Puede acceder a cada artículo en HTML o PDF aquí.

Este número incluye otros trabajos que se mencionan a continuación.

Research Papers
Structuring Asynchronous Discussions to Incorporate Learning Principles in an Online Class: One Professor’s Course Analysis, Andria Young

The Overall Effect of Online Audio Conferencing in Communication Courses: What do Students Really Think?, Lynn M. Disbrow

Investigating the Connection between Usability and Learning Outcomes in Online Learning Environments, Gabriele Meiselwitz and William A. Sadera

Self-aware and Self-directed: Student Conceptions of Blended Learning, Susan L. Greener
A Case Study
Teaching People to Bargain Online: The Impossible Task Becomes the Preferred Method, Carolyn D. Roper

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