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The distributed developmental network - d2n: a social configuration to support design pattern generation

Winters, Niall; Mor, Yishay and Pratt, Dave (2010). The distributed developmental network - d2n: a social configuration to support design pattern generation. In: Goodyear, Peter and Retalis, Symeon eds. Technology Enhanced Learning : Design Patterns and Pattern Languages. Technology Enhanced Learning (2). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 233–254.

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Abstract

[About the book]

Designing for technology enhanced learning (TEL) is often a demanding process. It involves creating challenging learning tasks, making sure that students have access to the right tools and resources, and ensuring there are appropriate opportunities for them to learn with and from each other. Good design is creative, and it also depends on deep experience, sound evidence about learning and an understanding of the capabilities of technology. This book introduces the use of design patterns and pattern languages as ways of capturing and sharing TEL design knowledge. The editors have assembled a team of authors who have pioneered research and development in this rapidly expanding field. The book surveys the state-of-the art and identifies productive lines for future research. It will be invaluable to researchers, teachers, students and professional TEL designers.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Copyright Holders: 2010 Sense Publishers
ISBN: 94-6091-061-0, 978-94-6091-061-6
Academic Unit/Department: Institute of Educational Technology
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Item ID: 30356
Depositing User: Yishay Mor
Date Deposited: 26 Jan 2012 09:57
Last Modified: 26 Oct 2012 10:21
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/30356
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