- Editorial: e-Learning in Dialogue by Costas Athanasopoulos FHEA (PRS e-Learning Project Officer, 2007-8) .
- e-Learning Survey Report by Costas Athanasopoulos FHEA (PRS e-Learning Project Officer, 2007-8); Report on a survey conducted by the Subject Centre for PRS on the current state of e-learning in PRS disciplines, and its future development.
- Dialectical Approaches to Theory and Methodology in e-Learning: Implications for Dialogic Teaching and Learning by Richard Andrews, Institute of Education, University of London; This paper argues that the relationship between new technologies and learning is not causal, and is not that simple. Rather, the relationship is dialectical and reciprocal, with technologies and learning developing alongside each other.
- e-Learning in Dialogue: Using e-Learning to Explore the Local Religious Environment by Deirdre Burke, School of Humanities, University of Wolverhampton; This article looks at the underlying pedagogy for a 'dialogical' e-learning approach to the study of local religious communities.
- An Environment, Not a Tool: a Constructivist Point of View on e-Learning by Massimo Capponi, University of Perugia; This paper argues that e-learning doesn’t help to transmit information and documents, but to share, to cooperate, to construct, personally, our own knowledge.
- Philosophy Engines: Technology and Reading/ Writing/ Thinking Philosophy by Annamaria Carusi, Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford; This paper considers how various technologies are affecting the teaching and learning of philosophy, as integral aspects of what it is to do philosophy, that is, its epistemic practices.
- Living the Religious Experience in Ancient Rome: Virtual Learning in the Real World by Dr. Steven J. Green, Department of Classics, University of Leeds; This paper discusses the use of wikis in a module on ancient Roman religion.
- Electronic MCQs with no Right-or-Wrong Answers as a Means for Developing Dialogic Thinking by George MacDonald Ross, Department of Philosophy, University of Leeds; This paper discusses how electronic multiple choice questionnaires can develop dialogic thinking.
- The Seminar Transformed: Use of Blogs to Enhance Face-to-face Learning at Different Levels by Dr Sara Parvis, Dr Jessie Paterson and Dr Kirsteen Murray, University of Edinburgh; This paper looks at the use of blogs with students at various different levels within the Scottish university system.
- Metacognative Hypertexts by Livio Rossetti, University of Perugia; This paper looks at how hypertexts have been used in the past, and how they might be used in the future.
- What dialogue for the electronic era? by Alex Zistakis; This paper discusses what 'dialogue' really means in an electronic age.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Pub: E-Learning. DISCOURSE: LEARNING AND TEACHING IN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES 8 (2009).