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Service-eLearning : educating for citizenship

Author: Amber Dailey-Hebert; Emily Donnelli Sallee; Laurie Newman DiPadova
Publisher: Charlotte : IAP, ©2008.
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Offers a pedagogical model - service-eLearning - defined as an integrative pedagogy that engages learners through technology in civic inquiry, service, reflection, and action. This title demonstrates  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amber Dailey-Hebert; Emily Donnelli Sallee; Laurie Newman DiPadova
ISBN: 9781593119218 1593119216
OCLC Number: 804626995
Description: xv, 150 p. : il. ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword, Edward Zlotkowski. Preface to This Collection. Service-eLearning as Integrated Pedagogy: An Introduction, Amber Dailey-Hebert, Emily Donnelli-Sallee, and Laurie N. DiPadova-Stocks.; PART I: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES, CURRENT WORK, AND FRAMING QUESTIONS. Creating Paths Forward for Service-eLearning: A Ten-Year Review of the Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning, Amy Kenworthy-U'Ren. Service-eLearning: A Burgeoning Field. Susan W. Post.; PART II: SERVICE-ELEARNING APPLIED. Incorporating Technology in Service-Learning: A Case Study of Appropriate Use, Randy Stoecker, Amy Hilgendorf, and Elizabeth Tryon. Constructing Experiential Learning for Online Courses: Two Models of Service-eLearning, Jean Strait. How Discussion Boards Drive Course Concept Mastery in Service-eLearning, Kristine F. Hoover, Maureen Casile, and Ralph Hanke. Service-eLearning and Professional Writing, Sandra Hill and Christopher Harris. Service-eLearning: Meeting the Objectives of Community-Based Nursing Education, Christopher W. Blackwell. Creating International, Multidisciplinary, Service-eLearning Experiences, Hilary E. Kahn, Sarah M. Stelzner, Mary E. Riner, Armando E. Soto-Rojas, Joan Henkle, Humberto A. Veras-Godoy, Jose L. Anton de la Concha, and E. Angeles Martinez-Mier.; PART III: MOVING FORWARD WITH SERVICE-ELEARNING. Shaping the Unscripted Future: The Role of Service-eLearning, Laurie N. DiPadova-Stocks and Amber Dailey-Hebert. Service-eLearning Best Practices: Possibilities for Engagement, Emily Donnelli-Sallee and Amber Dailey-Hebert. Afterword: New Frontiers and Institutional Commitments to Service-eLearning: A Call to Action, Beverley Byers-Pevitts. About the Authors. References.
Responsibility: edited by Amber Dailey-Hebert, Emily Donnelli-Sallee, Laurie N. DiPadova-Stocks.


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