Advances in researching adult e-learning (November 2006)

studies.jpg  Studies in Continuing Education is a scholarly journal concerned with all aspects of continuing, professional and lifelong learning. A special issue entitled Advances in researching adult e-learning (v. 28, no. 3, November 2006) has just been published. The July issue also focussed on e-learning.(FYI, here are the 2006 ERIC records for this journal.)


Contents of the current issue:

Interaction and e-learning: the student experience;  Dialogue, language and identity: critical issues for networked management learning;  Knowledge-building quality in online communities of practice: focusing on learning dialogue1;  Learning a different form of communication’: experiences of networked learning and reflections on practice;  Epistemological agency: a necessary action-in-context perspective on new employee workplace learning;  Making language work in hybrid workspaces: three tensions

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