ICT – Teaching and learning in the online environment

Last modified: 12.05.2015

Tidskriftet Læring og medier (LOM)
//This journal has a focus on ICT and Media in the context of university pedagogic.

Dansk Universitetspædagogiske Tidsskrift DUT, (2011), 6(11), 1. https://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/dut/article/download/6264/5424 located 10/01 2016
//This specific journal had the theme “ IT, learning- resources and new teaching environment.”

Goodyear, P (2001). Effective networked learning in higher education: Notes on guidelines. Lancaster,UK: CSALT, Lancaster University
http://www.csalt.lancs.ac.uk/jisc located 10/01 2015
//Guidelines for educators who want to use online learning or blended learning

Literature
Garrison, D. R., & Arbaugh, J. B. (2007). Researching the community of inquiry framework: Review, issues, and future directions. The Internet and Higher Education, 10(3), 157–172. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1096751607000358 located 10/01 2016
//This article examines the overall framework of 'community of inquiry' and specific studies on social, teaching, and cognitive presence.
They identify potential future directions for research: including the need for more quantitatively-oriented studies, the need for more cross-disciplinary studies, and the opportunities for identifying factors that moderate and/or extend the relationship between the framework's components and online course outcomes.

John, P. D., & Sutherland, R. (2004). Teaching and learning with ICT: new technology, new pedagogy? Education, Communication & Information, 4(1), 101. doi:10.1080/1463631042000210971  located 10/01 2016
//Describes the use of ICT by subject teachers and the tension that can occur between teaching about and teaching through ICT; the tension between information accretion and information discernment; and the tension between subject and technological culture.

Ross, J. (2014). Engaging with “Webness” in Online Reflective Writing Practices. Computers and composition, 34, 96-109.
doi: 10.1016/j.compcom.2014.09.007 located 10/01 2016
//Ross argues that new literacies are required when reflective practices in higher education move online. Online reflective writing in education, whether publicly visible, limited to small groups of learners, or restricted to just a student and their teacher, is engaging with digital traces and calls for a different approach to reflection.

Walker, R. (2014). Blended problem-based learning: Designing collaboration opportunities for unguided group research through the use of web 2.0 tools. In Hodgson, V. de Laat, M. McConnell, D. & Ryberg,T. (Eds.), - The design, experience and practice of networked learning (pp. - 165-182) - Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-01940-6_9 located 10/01 2016
//The chapter discusses how far we can ‘design in’ and support collaborative learning within a problem-based networked learning context and explores the role and responsibilities of the PBL supervisor in facilitating unguided group research tasks.