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Hauptsachtitel:
Lifelong Learning in the Information Age.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Organizing Net-Based Learning and Teaching Systems.
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Büren
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ISBN:
3932647106
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Abstract:

While the implications of the Information Age have been discussed for a number of years, the focus is now shifting to higher education and concepts for lifelong learning. The educational services needed by lifelong learners are different from traditional educational offerings: Focus is on individual learning needs and competencies to perform in complex real-life situations. While classroom instruction is still the prevalent educational concept in most of the institutions offering services to lifelong learners, there is a fast growing interest in net-based learning and teaching, and new organizational and pedagogic concepts for net-learning are required. An analysis of research in the fields of human learning and instruction leads to concepts that are used to outline a co-constructivist approach to net- pedagogy. In addition, organizational requirements for the implementation of net-based learning systems, supporting operational functions, subsystems, and roles are outlined using business process design methods and tools. Finally, IS support requirements for net-based learning are analyzed and a case study is used to demonstrate the prototype implementation of a groupware-based co-constructivist learning environment.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Table of Contents:

1 Introduction - Changes in Higher Education
1.1 Global Competition and the Emerging Knowledge Economy
1.2 Repercussions of Globalization in the Educational Sector
1.3 Paradigm Shift in Education as a Result of Globalization Effects
1.4 Competition in Higher Learning
1.5 Potential of IT and Multimedia Learning
1.6 Higher Learning in Germany
1.7 Road Map
2 Emerging Organizational Models and Players in the Education Services Business
2.1 Overview
2.2 Emerging Organizational Concepts
2.3 Organizations in Net-Based Lifelong Learning
2.3.1 Extended Traditional Universities
2.3.2 For-Profit Adult-Centered Universities
2.3.2.1 Apollo Group
2.3.2.2 DeVry
2.3.3 Corporate Universities
2.3.4 University/Industry Strategic Alliances
2.3.4.1 Michigan Virtual Automotive College
2.3.4.2 Sylvan Caliber Learning Network
3 Human Learning and Instruction
3.1 Overview
3.2 Instruction, Behavioral Psychology, and Cognitive Constructivism
3.3 Vygotsky's Sociocultural Approach to Learning
3.4 Keller's Personalized System of Instruction
3.5 Knowles' Learning Contracts
3.6 Modular Instruction
3.7 Learning Objectives - Acquiring Competencies
4 Educational Concepts for Net-Based Learning and Teaching
4.1 Overview
4.2 Lifelong Learning Considerations
4.3 Asynchronous Learning Networks
4.3.1 Overcoming Barriers and Joining Communities
4.3.2 Self-Study and Asynchronous Interactivity
4.3.3 Traditional Pedagogic Concepts and Net-Based Learning
4.3.4 Traditional Educational Services and Lifelong Learners
4.3.5 Cost of Net-Based Educational Systems
4.4 Managing Lifelong Learning Careers
4.4.1 Lifelong Learning and Personalized Curriculums
4.4.2 Role- and Competence-Focused Learning
4.4.3 Learning Balance
4.4.4 Remaining Problems
4.5 Managing Personalized Learning Experiences
4.5.1 Sequencing Learning Experiences
4.5.2 Activity Templates
4.5.3 Learner Model
4.6 Migrating to Competence-Focused Learning Environments
5 Operational Functions, Subsystems, and Roles
5.1 Overview
5.2 Organizational Design and Business Process Engineering in Higher Education
5.2.1 BPR Objectives and Restrictions in Higher Education
5.2.2 Documenting Organizational Functions and Work Processes
5.3 Operational Functions to Support Net-Based Learning
5.3.1 Curriculum Development, Marketing, and Educational Consulting
5.3.2 General Student Services
5.3.3 Intellectual Property, Patents, and Copyrights
5.3.4 Technical Infrastructure, Learning and Assessment Systems
5.3.4.1 IS Platforms and Application Services (TIS)
5.3.4.2 Learning and Assessment Systems Development (LAS)
5.3.4.3 Learning and Assessment Systems Administration and Archiving (LAD)
5.3.5 Learning Management and Facilitation
5.3.5.1 Learning Management and Support (LMS)
5.3.5.2 Learning Resources Services (LRS)
5.3.5.3 Learner and Learning Team Work Environments (LWR)
5.3.5.4 Learning Communities and Meeting Points (LCM)
5.4 Subsystems and Roles in Net-Based Learning Systems
5.5 Organizational Units and Teams
6 Core Processes in Net-Based Educational Systems
6.1 Overview
6.2 CC - Create and Certify Competencies
6.3 LB - Specify Learning Balance
6.4 ML - Co-Constructivist Progressive Mastery Learning
6.5 DA - Demonstrate Achievements
7 IS Support for Net-Based Education
7.1 Overview
7.2 IS Functions in Institutions of Higher Learning
7.3 Groupware Infrastructure and IS Functions for Net-Based Education
7.4 Learner and Learning Facilitator Work Environments for Net-Based Learning and Teaching
7.4.1 Learner Work Environment
7.4.2 Learning Facilitator Work Environment
8 Case Study - Groupware-Based Asynchronous Learning and Teaching
8.1 Overview
8.2 Migrating to Competence-Focused Course Structures
8.3 Developing Activity Templates for Progressive Mastery Learning
8.4 Using Groupware to Manage Learning Experiences
Bibliography
Index