Implementing Learning Technology
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Edited by Greg Stoner
|Preface||Dr Roger Rist|
|2||What is learning technology? Some definitions||Roger Rist and Sue Hewer|
|3||A conceptual framework for the integration of learning technology||Greg Stoner|
|4||Experiences and best practice in the use of learning technology: A personal view||Alan Sangster|
|5||So you are thinking about using Learning Technology||Nora Mogey|
|6||Using learning technology to support student study skills||Jen Harvey & Helen Watt|
|7||Choosing courseware: Some guidelines to first step evaluation||Jen Harvey|
|8||Practical implementation issues||Kathy Buckner & Greg Stoner|
|9||Motivating students to use learning technology||Jen Harvey & Nora Mogey|
|10||The use of computers in the assessment of student learning||Nora Mogey & Helen Watt|
|11||Observing, measuring, or evaluating courseware: A conceptual introduction||Stephen Draper|
|12||Evaluation: A practical guide to methods||Philip Crompton|
|13||Where do we go from here? Postscript and further information||Greg Stoner|
|Appendix 1: UseIT||Rupert Loader & the 1994/95 LTDI team|
|Appendix 2: Evaluation Instruments|
|Appendix 3: Contributors|
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FIRST PUBLISHED 1996 by
Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative
ISBN: 0 9528731 0 9
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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this handbook, LTDI wishes to emphasise that the LTDI cannot accept any liability for any errors which remain. Further the views expressed in each of the chapters are primarily those of the stated authors and, whilst LTDI endorses the value of all of the contributions, the views expressed within each contribution are not necessarily those of LTDI. Please notify us of any factual errors, for correction in future editions. We would also welcome any other suggestions, additions or amendments that would enhance this publication.
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