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Differences in understandings of networked learning theory:Connectivity or collaboration?

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  • Collaboration
  • Connectivity
  • Learning
  • Networked Learning

Abstract

xiii Part I Introduction 1 Networked Learning: A Brief History and New Trends ..................... 3 David McConnell, Vivien Hodgson, and Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld Part II Developing Understandings of Networked Learning 2 Networked Learning, Stepping Beyond the Net Generation and Digital Natives .................................................................................. 27 Chris Jones 3 Differences in Understandings of Networked Learning Theory: Connectivity or Collaboration? .............................................. 43 Thomas Ryberg, Lillian Buus, and Marianne Georgsen Part III New Landscapes and Spaces for Networked Learning 4 Mediators of Socio-technical Capital in a Networked Learning Environment ............................................................................................ 61 Daniel D. Suthers and Kar-Hai Chu 5 Collectivity, Performance and Self-representation: Analysing Cloudworks as a Public Space for Networked Learning and Refl ection .......................................................................................... 75 Panagiota Alevizou, Rebecca Galley, and Gráinne Conole 6 A Classroom with a View: Networked Learning Strategies to Promote Intercultural Education ...................................................... 99 Juliana E. Raffaghelli and Cristina Richieri Contents xiv Contents Part IV Dynamics of Changing Tools and Infrastructures 7 The Challenge of Introducing “One More Tool”: A Community of Practice Perspective on Networked Learning .................................. 123 Patricia Arnold, John David Smith, and Beverly Trayner 8 Implementation of an Infrastructure for Networked Learning.......... 141 Tom Nyvang and Ann Bygholm Part V Understanding the Social Material in Networked Learning 9 Who’s Taming Who? Tensions Between People and Technologies in Cyberspace Communities .................................................................. 157 Terrie Lynn Thompson 10 Learning Technology in Cont

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