Corpus ID: 42086080

Web 2.0 for Content for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

  title={Web 2.0 for Content for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education},
  author={Tom Franklin and Franklin},
Utilization of Social Networks among Saudi EFL Learners: Trends and Uses
The aim of this paper is to investigate the use of social networking sites among learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) in Saudi institutions of higher education. The actual study wasExpand
Model of acceptance of Web 2.0 technologies for increased participation in learning activities: A case study of a Scottish university
This is apparently the first time the key technology acceptance models have been synthesised and tested in Scotland with regards to the acceptance of Web 2.0 tools in learning in higher education. Expand
Understanding Teachers' and Students' Use and Attitudes of Web 2.0 in ESL Classrooms at the American University of Sharjah
A Master of Arts Thesis in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) by Sebah Al-Ali Entitled, "Understanding Teachers' and Students' Use and Attitudes of Web 2.0 in ESL Classrooms atExpand
A Study on the Students' Perception of Adopting Blended Learning at Sub-degree Level
Blended learning has been advocated and is considered as the most promising pedagogical approach. Many research papers reported the experiences of adopting blended learning for higher education inExpand
Interaction Analysis as a Multi-Support Approach of Social Computing for Learning, in the “Collaborative Era”: Lessons Learned by Using the DIAS System
The findings from using an asynchronous discussion platform with integrated IA tools for implementing learning activities are presented, while trying to link those results with the new trends of the ldquocollaborative erardquo. Expand
Learner ownership of technology-enhanced learning
  • E. Dommett
  • Computer Science
  • Interact. Technol. Smart Educ.
  • 2018
The discussion presented here is the first to consider all three types of ownership of technology-enhanced learning and demonstrates the complexity of the issue when this broad view is considered. Expand
Undergraduate students' perspectives on digital competence and academic literacy in a Spanish University
A wide gap between digital competence developed in informal learning contexts and its scarcity in university literacy practices (formal learning settings) is indicated. Expand
Double gamers: academics between fields
The field of academia is frequently associated with traditional norms that aim to regulate scholarly activity, especially research. The social web, as another field, is often viewed as challengingExpand
Open and Distance Learning: Cultural Practices in Nepal
Abstract Nepali education culture is dominated by face-to-face tutoring. It has a long history starting from the Gurukul culture to the present formal schooling. Emerging practices of usingExpand


Student-Involved Assessment FOR Learning
This chapter discusses classroom Assessment for Student Success, which aims to define Achievement Standards for Assessment, and its methods, which aim to clarify and manage achievement information. Expand
Portfolios Across the Curriculum and Beyond
The Road to Authentic Assessment and Portfolios Implementation Strategies for Portfolios Using Portfolios in the Classroom The Professional Educator's Portfolio Technology and Portfolios in theExpand
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