Technology Supported Learning and Teaching: A Staff Perspective: Table of Contents.
2: Infrastructural and Cultural Issues.
3: What Lecturers Say Helps and Hinders Their Use of a Virtual Learning Environment to Support Face-to-Face Teaching.
4: Academic Experiences of Using VLEs: Overarching Lessons for Preparing and Supporting Staff.
5: Using Asynchronous Computer Conferencing to Support Learning and Teaching in a Campus-Based HE Context: Beyond E-Moderating.
6: Improving E-Learning Support and Infrastructure: An Evidence-Based Approach.
7: Developing E-Learning Provision for Healthcare Professionals' Continuing Professional Development.
8: Pedagogical Issues.
9: Staff Perspectives on ILT: Findings from a National Evaluation of the Learning and Skills Sector.
10: Drivers and Barriers to the Uptake of Learning Technologies: Staff Experiences in a Research-Led University.
11: Constructivist E-Learning for Staff Engaged in Continuous Professional Development.
12: Staff Using an Institution-Wide VLE for Blended E-Learning: Implications of Student Views.
13: Teaching Large Groups: Implementation of a Mixed Model.
14: Patchwork E-Dialogues in the Professional Development of New Teachers.
15: Understanding Roles within Technology Supported Teaching and Learning: Implications for Staff, Academic Units, and Institutions.
16: The Role of the Online Instructor as a Guide on the Side.
17: Technological Issues.
18: Online Learning Activities in Second Year Environmental Geography.
19: Lessons in Implementing a Learning Management System in a University: The Academic User Perspective.
20: Learning Through Chat: University of the Arts London Case Studies in Online Learning in Art, Design and Communication.
21: From SYnthia to Calma to Sybil: Developing Strategies for Interactive Learning in Music.
22: Lecturing by Streamed Digital Video: Blood, Sweat, Tears and Success.
About the Authors.