Mature Cynics and Fledgling Eclectics: Instructional Desing for the Net Generation
|Title:||Mature Cynics and Fledgling Eclectics: Instructional Desing for the Net Generation||Authors:||Jenning, David
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/6421||Date:||Nov-2008||Abstract:||This chapter analyses how faculty are currently dealing with the needs of the "net generation" in the realm of higher education (HE) and use of e-learning. It reviews the socially orientated Web 2.0 technologies and their impact on teaching and strategic policy. It also assesses whether a model of generational distinctions is applicable to the methodological practices of teaching and learning.||Type of material:||Book Chapter||Publisher:||National Academy for Integration of Research & Teaching & Learning (NAIRTL)||Keywords:||Pedagogy; Web 2.0; Higher education; E-learning||Other versions:||http://www.edin.ie/publications-2.php||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed||Is part of:||Higgs, B. and McCarthy, M. (eds.). Emerging Issues II: The Changing Roles and Identities of Teachers and Learners in Higher Education|
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