ABSTRACT

Teachers in higher education have had to become more professional in their approach to teaching, matching their professionalism in research. The first edition of this book prepares teachers to do and undergo quality audits and appraisals, and to achieve their personal aims of improving their teaching and their students' learning. The strength of this book is that it provides a sound theoretical basis for designing and using learning technologies in university teaching.
This new edition builds upon the success of the first and contains major updates to the information on learning technologies and includes the implications of using technology for the university context - both campus and electronic - which suggests a new approach to managing learning at institutional level.

part |7 pages

Introduction

part Part I|70 pages

What students need from learning technologies

chapter Chapter 1|14 pages

Teaching as mediating learning

chapter Chapter 2|16 pages

What students bring to learning

chapter Chapter 3|21 pages

The complexity of coming to know

chapter Chapter 4|17 pages

Generating a teaching strategy

part Part II|99 pages

Analysing the media for learning and teaching

part |10 pages

A framework for analysis

chapter Chapter 5|16 pages

Narrative media

chapter Chapter 6|19 pages

Interactive media

chapter Chapter 7|19 pages

Adaptive media

chapter Chapter 8|16 pages

Communicative media

chapter Chapter 9|12 pages

Productive media

chapter |5 pages

Summary of Part II

part Part III|63 pages

The design methodology

chapter Chapter 10|18 pages

Designing teaching materials

chapter Chapter 11|15 pages

Setting up the learning context