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Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Frontline Learning Research - Special Issue ‘Learning through Networks’
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the special issue ‘Learning through Networks’||PDF HTML|
|‘Who do you talk to about your teaching?’: networking activities among university teachers||PDF HTML|
|Nino Pataraia, Isobel Falconer, Anoush Margaryan, Allison Littlejohn, Sally Fincher||4-14|
|Cognitively central actors and their personal networks in an energy efficiency training program||PDF HTML|
|Kaisa Hytönen, Tuire Palonen, Kai Hakkarainen||15-37|
|Effects of Hierarchical Levels on Social Network Structures within Communities of Learning||PDF HTML|
|Martin Rehm, Wim Gijselaers, Mien Segers||38-55|
|Networked professional learning: relating the formal and the informal||PDF HTML|
|Matthieu Vaessen, Antoine Van Den Beemt, Maarten De Laat||56-71|
|Unfolding perspectives on networked professional learning: Exploring ties and time||PDF HTML|
|Maarten De Laat, Jan-Willem Strijbos||72-80|
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Second Issue of 2014 published
Dear EARLI members and readers,
This second issue is a Special Issue, on the topic ‘Learning through Networks’, which examines the role of networks in professionals’ learning. The special issue is based on a symposium ‘Learning through Networks’ held at the 2013 Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI) in Munich, Germany.
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