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Contribution to Book
Using Moodle to Teach Constructivist Learning Design Skills to Adult Learners
Adult Learning in the Digital Age: Perspectives on Online Technologies and Outcomes
  • Doug L. Holton, Utah State University
Document Type
Contribution to Book
Editor
T.T. Kidd & J. Keengwe
Publisher
IGI Global
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Abstract
As instructors move further into the incorporation of 21st century technologies in adult education, a new paradigm of digitally-enriched mediated learning has emerged. 'Adult Learning in the Digital Age: Perspectives on Online Technologies and Outcomes' provides a comprehensive framework of trends and issues related to adult learning for the facilitation of authentic learning in the age of digital technology. This significant reference source offers researchers, academicians, and practitioners a valuable compendium of expert ideas, practical experiences, field challenges, and potential opportunities concerning the advancement of new technological and pedagogical techniques used in adult schooling.
Comments
Originally published by IGI Global.
DOI
10.4018/978-1-60566-828-4
Citation Information
Holton, D.L. (2009). Using Moodle to Teach Constructivist Learning Design Skills to Adult Learners. In T.T. Kidd & J. Keengwe (Eds.), Adult Learning in the Digital Age: Perspectives on Online Technologies and Outcomes. IGI Global.