e-Learning and Social Networking Handbook: Resources for Higher Education

Published on Dec 11, 2012
Frank Rennie10
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Robin Mason22
Estimated H-index: 22
@contects:Table of Contents Chapter One: Social Networking as an Educational Tool Chapter Two: Design for a Distributed Environment Chapter Three: Selecting the Media Palette Chapter Four: The Tools in Practice Chapter Five: Constraints on Course Design Chapter Six: Evaluating Course Design and Understanding its Implications References Index
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