Online tutor 2.0 : methodologies and case studies for successful learning / Francisco José García Peñalvo and Antonio Miguel Seoane Pardo, editors. - PDFs (384 pages) - IGI Global Research Collection .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Designing online learning strategies through analytics / Prerna Lal -- Learning by playing: is gamification a keyword in the new education paradigm? / Eduardo Díaz San Millán, Rubén Gutiérrez Priego -- Evolution or revolution: are MOOCs saving education? / Eduardo Díaz San Millán, Rubén Gutiérrez Priego -- E-learning implementation in developing countries: perspectives and obstacles / Jovana Zoroja, Marjana Merkac Skok, Mirjana Pejic Bach -- Online tutoring roles: Italian teachers' professional development experience / Valeria Pandolfini -- Standing on the shoulders of a giant: reconsidering humanistic perspectives on the functions of an e-moderator in virtual learning contexts / Panos Vlachopoulos, John Cowan -- Using 'formally' informal blogs to create learning communities for students on a teaching and learning programme: peer mentoring and reflective spaces / Elaine Tan, Eleanor Loughlin -- Three degrees of separation: strategies for mentoring distanced transnational learners / David Starr-Glass -- The use of the Socratic teaching method in E-Learning 2.0 settings: challenges and limitations / Apostolia Pange -- Best practices of distance dissertation mentorship through social presence / Libi Shen, Irene Linlin Chen -- E-learning technologies for effective teaching / Alaattin Parlakkiliç -- Mentoring for work based learning: the role of technology / Emma O'Brien, Ileana Hamburg -- A Delayed Treatment Control Group Design Study of an After-School Online Tutoring Program in Reading / S. Marshall Perry -- The collaborative animation forum in Facebook: learning partnerships across Australia, the United States and Singapore / Josh McCarthy -- Pedagogical patterns and online teaching / Antonio Miguel Seoane-Pardo, Francisco José García-Peñalvo.

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"This book demonstrates, through the exposure of successful cases in online education and training, the necessity of the human factor, particularly in teaching/tutoring roles, for ensuring the development of quality and excellent learning activities"--Provided by publisher.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.


10.4018/978-1-4666-5832-5 doi

Computer-assisted instruction--Social aspects--Case studies.
Tutors and tutoring--Case studies.
Interaction analysis in education--Case studies.

LB1028.5 / .O4995 2014