SPECIAL TEWT EDITION ON LAMS AND LEARNING DESIGN [volume 3]

Christopher Alexander (Editor), James Dalziel (Editor), Jaroslaw Krajka (Editor), Eva Dobozy (Editor)

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Abstract

This volume on LAMS (Learning Activity Management System) and learning design, published by the Journal of Teaching English with Technology (TEwT), has two overarching aims: firstly, it draws attention to the growing international importance of the multifaceted and innovative research area known as learning design; secondly, it emphasises the forefront role LAMS has played in helping educators put learning design principles into practice in a conceptually-grounded way. There are however two central challenges for educators in this revolutionary IT age: (1) assessing the implications for learning in light of such an astounding rate of technological advancement; (2) finding ways to disseminate new discipline
knowledge learned to a wider audience. Thus this volume also attempts to collate research experiences and thoughts in a way that may help to improve our understanding of some of the major issues in learning design research.
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic)ISSN 1642-1027
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Alexander, C., Dalziel, J., Krajka, J., & Dobozy, E. (Eds.) (2012). SPECIAL TEWT EDITION ON LAMS AND LEARNING DESIGN [volume 3].