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Affordances and Form : Applying Lessons from Informal Learning to Formal Learning on the Web
INTRODUCTION For most of us, learning online is performed with a web browser and a search engine. With experience, we develop and hone skills at finding, filtering, and assessing resources madeExpand
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An Exploration of Autonetnography as an eResearch Methodology to Examine Learning and Teaching Scholarship in Networked Learning.
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This paper uses meta-ethnography (Noblit & Hare, 1988) as a method to systematically examine methodology relating to autonetnography, with the purpose of working towards developing a framework for undertaking ANG as an emerging eResearch methodology. Expand
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An exploration of the potential for analytic autonetnography as an emerging eResearch methodology, to examine my networked learning teaching praxis
Presented using performative writing in the form of an autonetnographic monograph, this research explores how analytic autonetnography (aANG), as an emerging eResearch methodology, might contributeExpand
Casting the ‘Net’ in Autonetnography: Exploring the Potential for Analytic Autonetnography as an Emerging e-Research Methodology
Abstract Opportunities for professional development in online teaching are abundant. However, when the online teacher is geographically and professionally isolated from others with an interest inExpand
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