|aLearning, culture and community in online education :|bresearch and practice /|cCaroline Haythornthwaite & Michelle M. Kazmer, editors.
|aNew York :|bP. Lang,|cc2004.
|axxviii, 301 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aDigital formations,|x1526-3169 ;|vv. 21
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|a Navigating the advantages and disadvantages of online pedagogy / Nicholas C. Burbules -- Maintaining the affordances of traditional education long distance / Bertram C. Bruce -- Community development among distance learners : temporal and technological dimensions / Caroline Haythornthwaite ... [et al.] -- Catch a cyber by the tale : online orality and the lore of a distributed learning community / Betsy Hearne & Anna Nielsen -- Juggling multiple social worlds : distance students online and offline / Michelle M. Kazmer & Caroline Haythornthwaite -- Disengaging from online community / Michelle M. Kazmer -- Affordances of persistent conversation : promoting communities that work / Carol Haythornthwaite & Alvan Bregman -- Affording a place : the persistent structures of LEEP / Jenny Robins -- Changing patterns of participation : interactions in a synchronous audio+chat classroom / Karen Ruhleder -- Over-the-shoulder learning in a distance education environment / Michael B. Twidale & Karen Ruhleder -- Teaching and learning online : LEEP’s tribal gleanings / Pat Lawton & Rae-Anne Montague -- Faculty perspectives / Rae-Anne Montague & Linda C. Smith -- The virtual classroom as ludic space / Christine A. Jenkins -- The distance education program from the management perspective / Leigh S. Estabrook -- User-centered support and technology in LEEP / Jill Gengler -- Reshaping traditional services for nontraditional learning : the LEEP student in the library / Susan E. Searing -- The view from campus administration / Lanny Arvan.
|aLibrary Education Experimental Program.
|aEducation|xEffect of technological innovations on.
|aEducational technology|xSocial aspects.
|aHaythornthwaite, Caroline A.
|aKazmer, Michelle M.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0417/2004009962.html
In 1996 the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign began an Internet-based teaching program, allowing students across the United States - and the world - to earn a Master's degree from a distance. The program, known as LEEP (Library Education Experimental Project), has been an outstanding success, and as an early innovation in Internet use, provides important lessons on how to flourish in an online environment.Learning, Culture and Community in Online Education brings together significant new research on online education, using the LEEP program as a model to reveal a wealth of information about innovative online practices. Contributions by administrators, philosophers, faculty, librarians, technical staff, and researchers in the traditions of education, computer science, folklore, information science, and sociology, reveal the many perspectives to be taken into account when creating and maintaining distance learning programs. More than an analysis of the LEEP program, this book is an essential introduction to the variety of social and educational phenomena that occur within the socio-technical environments that support online learners.