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Network affordances through online learning: Increasing use and complexity
Procedia- Social and Behavioral Sciences journal (2013)
  • Karim Hajhashemi, James Cook University
  • Neil Anderson, James Cook University
  • Alireza Shakarami
Abstract
Computers, mobile devices and the Internet have enabled a learning environment described as online learning or a variety of other terms such as e-learning. Researchers believe that online learning has become more complex due to learners’ sharing and acquiring knowledge at a variety of remote locations, in a variety of modalities. However, advances in technology and the integration of ICT with teaching and learning settings have quickened the growth of online learning and importantly have changed ways of learning and course delivery. Hence, there is a need to weave together the ICT experience of teachers to integrate ICT for appropriate and augmented learning.
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2013
Citation Information
Karim Hajhashemi, Neil Anderson and Alireza Shakarami. "Network affordances through online learning: Increasing use and complexity" Procedia- Social and Behavioral Sciences journal Vol. 106 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hajhashemi/22/