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Mobile learning is a burgeoning area of education, and we are witnessing changes almost on a daily basis in this field. Mobile learning can be viewed from various perspectives, including technology, learner psychology, ethics, law, economics and many others. Some books have dealt with one of these aspects; but Handbook of mobile learning offers them all within one cover. This book can be referred to by a reader wanting to know about mobile learning from any perspective. The content is groupeddoi:10.18538/lthe.v11.n1.163 fatcat:k4ag7delsbawbojupl7ejotifa
more »... to five major parts, each of which has several chapters. The parts are categorized based on a particular theme, so readers can focus on a particular chapter or section in which they are interested.
Sustaining Distance Education: Integrating learning technologies into the fabric of the enterprise Editor: Berge, Zane L. (2001) . ... ISBN 0 7879 5331 8 Reviewed by: David Passmore, The Pennsylvania State University I am an eager reader of the published works of Zane L. Berge. ...doi:10.19173/irrodl.v3i2.99 fatcat:bgzvhkrgorh67bai3rrrdkdraq
Justifying Human Performance Improvement Interventions by Rick Humphress and Zane L. ... Berge, PhD To perform a competent NPV analysis, you will need actual figures or estimates for the following elements: • Project benefits and the time frames in which they will occur (benefits in dollars ...doi:10.1002/pfi.2006.4930450704 fatcat:4w5gp3dui5advj4onav5cyqbtu
Introduction Over thirty years ago, Stephen Yelon and I wrote an article describing the secret of instructional design (Yelon & Berge, 1988) . ...doi:10.22158/fet.v4n4p26 fatcat:4rfxi6affff2zorqgkmesxwq5a
Dental education strives to balance the use of traditional teaching methods with technologically advanced systems to meet the needs of an ever-expanding curriculum. Establishing distance education technologies is an identified goal of dental education. Technologically adept students desire meaningful and efficient distance education instruction. A majority of preclinical instruction is devoted to acquiring psychomotor skills and methods of patient care delivery, and simulation is a pedagogicaldoi:10.1002/j.0022-0337.2009.73.11.tb04816.x fatcat:64xnjgmddnd4tc6mkxofik5tiy
more »... nstructional tool used for acquisition of preclinical skills. The purpose of this article is to review the technological tool Second Life as a medium for total virtual patient simulation. Second Life demonstrates promise for enhancing current standardized instruction and competency testing and for promoting distance education. As an emerging technological tool, Second Life is valuable as an adjunct to preclinical teaching methods in virtual problem-solving and communication prior to student clinicians' treating patients in the clinical setting and as a resource for continuing dental education for practitioners. Because some degree of consistency exists in the curriculum objectives of preclinical patient care and assessment in dental and dental hygiene education, within the context of this article the term "dental education" refers to both professions of dentistry and dental hygiene.
BIODATA AND CONTACT ADDRESSES OF AUTHORS Zane L. BERGE is Associate Professor of Education. ... be considered irrelevant, since in complex, interrelated, holistic systems that characterize organizations, rarely is any single cause, such as training, solely responsible for particular outcomes (Berge ...doaj:8d00b65597f44ead881856a83b781cb7 fatcat:jl3fg4mm4ncgpf5lskcjkd3ts4
This paper examines the strategic planning process as it relates to sustaining distance education and training. 24 l ... When ARTICLES STRATEGIC PLANNING AND ONLINE LEARNING By KAREN MCLAUGHLIN-GRAHAM ZANE L. ... No.3 2005 l of Educational Technology, 2 October-December ...doi:10.26634/jet.2.3.882 fatcat:nfxba5rfzjcx3kmpw3rpqg6m2m
Zane Berge is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. ... (Berge & Mrozowski, 2001) . ... Respondents answered whether they had certain characteristics that would affect their motivation in online courses such as whether they 48 L. Y. Muilenburg and Z. L. ...doi:10.1080/01587910500081269 fatcat:355vaqrvrnappfy7mofbkyhht4
o p m e n t t o s k i l l s development? ... When will virtual worlds go from being a novelty to most corporate trainers to a viable solution for everything from new employee orientation to sales t r a i n i n g t o l e a d e r s h i p d e v e l ...doi:10.26634/jet.6.2.785 fatcat:ur4sayqdwbdvbj7u6pg3ugdhzq
Miniature handheld computers called PDA's are not only bombarding corporate America, but they are also noticeably making their mark on college campuses. The question is, how much impact are they making on the way students learn and instructors teach. These devices were born from a simple calculator and over two decades have transformed into a walking computer complete with Internet access. This paper identifies how PDAs have transformed over the years as well as their benefits and limitations.doaj:accac2f76eb3439292e4b1c9616f2958 fatcat:cvavynxabrbjdcsqreddi5vkye
more »... lthough there are many pros and cons to using PDAs, it was clear that they can be used to enhance both learning and teaching if used and accepted in the appropriate manner. With the advancement in technology and data speeds it is evident PDA's will continue to add value to education in the future.
of selected case studies (Berge and Mrozowski, 1999) . ... Outcome Factors The sixty-four (64) barriers to distance education tested in the survey were determined from a review of literature, from previous survey work (Berge, 1998) , and from content analyses ...doi:10.1007/bf02784824 fatcat:3ks4jptl3fbfdixpgc6beyn5m4
The more a student has a say in such matters, the more personalised his or her learning becomes (Berge, 1996) . ... In education, as people socialise, they speak with one another; share ideas and information and confirm the connections made through agreed upon means and language (Irwin and Berge, 2006) . ...doi:10.1504/ijmlo.2011.045314 fatcat:skm4z3bowzg2to62hkmxih4ote
The authors finish the first chapter noting that distance education is complex to design and deliver (Berge 2004) , and not necessarily less expensive than traditional forms of education. ... Research conducted recently (Muilenburg and Berge in press) concerning students' perceived barriers to online learning found "lack of time and support for studies" as one of the factors both statistically ...doi:10.19173/irrodl.v6i1.216 fatcat:npusb7wzyzfodiw2ubxf42iihe
According to a survey conducted by Berge, Muilenburg, Berge, Muilenburg, and Haneghan (2002) , , resistance to e-learning is greatest during the early stages of organizational maturity, and their ranking ... The goal of leadership and champions is to promote training as an investment in order to secure funding support for distance training (Berge, 2001) . ... Zane Berge (firstname.lastname@example.org, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250) ...doi:10.4018/jicte.2006100106 fatcat:izidkmkxk5auznbnatlr4qv62i
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