Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
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.