Adult Learning Collection: Inter-Professional E-Learning And Collaborative Work: Practices And Technologies, 1st Edition

  • Adrian Bromage
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  • ISBN-10: 1615208909
  • ISBN-13: 9781615208906
  • DDC: 371.33
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 448 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released September 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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This book provides relevant theoretical frameworks and the latest case driven research findings to improve understanding of interprofessional possibilities through e-learning at the level of universities, networks and organizations, teams and work groups, information systems and at the level of individuals as actors in the networked environments.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Introduction.
2: Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Learning: An Exploration of Similarities and Differences.
3: Understanding Interprofessional Expertise in Terms of Beliefs, Values and Attitudes.
4: A Threefold Framework for Relating to Innovations and Technology in Education: Learning from, with and about Technology.
5: Setting the Scene: E–Learning and the Evolution of Roles and Practices in Post–Compulsory Education.
6: Analysis and Description of Education Employing Technological Platforms: Terminology, Features and Models.
7: Curriculum Design.
8: Critical Diversity Education to Promote Interprofessional Understanding: A Comparison of Student Experiences between Face–to–Face and Online Delivery.
9: The Community of Inquiry Framework: A Pertinent Theory of Online Interprofessional Education?.
10: Fundamentals of Interprofessional Communication: A Case Study of an Online Facilitated Learning Experience.
11: Leadership Online Student Facilitated Interprofessional Learning.
12: Learning from Each Other? Using Technology to Develop Collaborative Learning in Clinical Education.
13: Involving Service Users Through Digital Means to Enhance Interprofessional Learning.
14: Designing for Enquiry: Using Web 2.0 to Enable Mental Health Service User and Carer Involvement.
15: Implementing Change and Its Consequences.
16: Developing an Interprofessional E–Learning Pathway: Leading Academics Through the Change Challenge.
17: Building and Sustaining Collaboration in Cross Sector E–Learning Development.
18: Overcoming the Barriers to Promoting Online Interprofessional Education.
19: The Utility of Disruptive Technologies in Interprofessional Education: Negotiating the Substance and Spaces of Blended Learning.
20: Achieving Interprofessional Health Education Through the Use of E–Resources: Exploring the Experience of Two Different Undergraduate Professional Groups.
21: Creating and Managing Learning Resources.
22: A ‘Video Trigger,’ but no Silver Bullet: An Actor–Network Analysis of an E–Learning Tool in Health Science Education.
23: Pedagogical Directions in Creating Interprofessional E–Learning Materials.
24: Reusable Learning Objects in Health Care Education.
25: Case Studies of Creating Reusable Inter Professional E–Learning Objects.
26: Customisation and the Interprofessional Application of E–Learning Objects.
27: A Case Study Exploring a Multi–Disciplinary Collaborative Initiative to Use E–Learning to Meet the Professional Learning Needs of Health and Social Care Practitioners.
28: Mixing Students Mixing Methods: Evaluating a Blended Approach to Interprofessional Education.
29: Interdisciplinary Studies in Built Environment Education: A Case Study.
30: Future Possibilities.
31: The Use of Personal Digital Assistants in Nursing Education.
32: Accessible Mobile Learning: Exploring the Concept of Mobile Learning for All.
33: Exploring Interprofessional Educational Possibilities: A Case Study from a Virtual World.
34: Thinking Outside the Box.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.