Virtuality and Education: A Reader

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Virtuality and Education: A Reader

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Edited by David Seth Preston and Tuan Hoang Nguyen

Year: 2004

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This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to higher education and the vastly growing opportunities that the Internet has brought forth.

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978-1-904710-10-3

This e-book is a result of a two day conference held at Mansfield College, Oxford in September 2003. This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to higher education and the vastly growing opportunities that the Internet has brought forth.

Preface

Developing and Implementing an E-learning Strategy in a School of Nursing and Midwifery in the Republic of Ireland.
Áine McHugh, Gerard Fealy, Alison Clancy, Jonathan Drennan and Tom O’Connor

Emergent Skills in Higher Education: The Quest for Emotion and Virtual University
Luis Borges Gouveia

Computer Aided Learning: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?
Jenny Prior

Reinventing Intensive Care Nurse Education – A Case Study
Justin Macklin and Audrey Blenkharn

Professional Challenges and Pedagogical Opportunities Pertaining to Virtuality in Higher Education: “I’m a virtual lecturer but I need real help”
Loykie Loïc Lominé

The Relationship between Students’ Orientations to Learning and their Use of and Feelings About a VLE
Adrian Bromage

The Islamic Azad University: The Success Of Privatization of Higher Education in Iran
Reza Simbar

From Theory to Practice in Distance Learning: A Case Study
C.Giorgi and D.Schürch

Plotting Virtuality: Dimensions of eLearning Space
Peter J Williams

The Challenge of the Paperless Thesis: Issues in the Implementation of a Regime of Electronic Theses and Dissertations
William W. Bostock

An Evaluation of an e-Learning Strategy: Watching the e-Learners Learn
Simon P. Bates and Judy Hardy

Supporting Non-native English-speaking Students in an Online Postgraduate Degree
David Catterick

Building and Delivering the Virtual MBA: A Case Study of Organisational Learning.
Inna Geoghegan, Carmel Moynihan, Rick Ladyshewsky

David Seth Preston and Tuan Hoang Nguyen University of East London London, United Kingdom.