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This paper reports a study which investigated whether different presentation strategies might interact with individual’s cognitive style in learning. A web-based learning package was designed employing three strategies, Interactive Concept Maps, Illustration with Embedded Text and Text-Only.
In this paper we discuss the continuing, iterative process of creating inter-disciplinary practices; in this case, the linking of Communication and Design Systems courses. Although technology is an integral component of the university
There has been unprecedented growth in the number of Chinese students taking online courses. However, little has been published about their attitudes towards online learning. The present paper reports a pilot study which examined the influence of a number of factors (gender, prior experience, reasons for taking online courses etc.) on the attitudes of Chinese students towards online learning. An initial sample of 52 law students from a northern Chinese university was surveyed via a questionnaire followed by interviews with some of these students and the teaching staff.
Over the past decades, the use of electronic devices (mobile phone, PDA) and online environments in the educational domain has increased. Along with the use of digital tools comes misuse or abuse. The later are labelled under the umbrella term of cyber violence, which is now a recognised, expeditious and insidious phenomenon. The social and emotional impact and psychological damage on children and adolescents is substantial. Cyber safety is promoted as an antidote, with resources (websites, educational kits, instructional and/or curriculum materials, training courses) proliferating.
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