Table of contents for E-learning skills / Alan Clarke.

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Chapter 1	What is e-learning?
 Comparison ? Traditional and E-learning skills
 E-learning Theories
 What makes a successful e-learner?
 Benefits of E-learning
 Learning Styles
 Information and communication technology
 Interaction
 Learning resources
 Collaborative and individual learning
			Blogs, wikis and social networking
			Mobile Learning
 Formal and informal learning
			Assessment
 Support
 Tutor?s Role
 How to assess an e-learning course/programme
 Summary
Chapter 2	Traditional Skills
 Notes
 Reading
 Writing
 Self-assessment
 Research Skills
 Learning in face-to-face groups
 Stress
			Reflection
			Listening
 Summary
Chapter 3 	Computer skills
 Assessment of Skills
 Windows Accessibility Options
 File Management
 File formats
 Applications
 Compressing Files
 Saving and Backing up your information
 Tracking Changes
 Searching and Quality 
 Presenting Information
			E-portfolio
			Podcasting
			Blogging
			RSS
 Copyright
 Plagiarism
 Utilities
 Summary
 
Chapter 4. 	Learning Environments
Places to learn
 Synchronous Learning (e.g. text, audio or video conferencing)
 Groupware
Managed Learning Environment (MLE) or Course Management System (CMS)
Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) or Learning Management System (LMS)
E-portfolios
Wikis
Blogs
 World Wide Web
 Intranets/Extranets
 WebQuests
 Learning Materials
 Blended Learning
 Summary
Chapter 5. 	E-Learning skills
 Time Management
 Acceptance of responsibility
 Planning
 Self Assessment
 Problem solving
 Coping with stress
 Motivation
 Reflection
			Listening
 Research Skills
			Main sources of dissatisfaction
 Summary
Chapter 6.	Developing Skills
			More practice to develop e-learning skills
Chapter 7	E-assessment 
			Self Assessment
Chapter 8 	Communication Skills
 Acceptable Use
 Asynchronous Communication
 E-mail Communication Styles
 Mailgroups and Newsgroups
 Registration
 Moderation
 Organisation
 Threaded Discussion
 Lurking
			Blogging
			Mailgroup Digests and Summaries
 Synchronous Communication
 Summary
Chapter 9	Group and Co-operative learning
 Group working online 
 Co-operative Learning
 Online seminars and conferences
 
 Wikis
 Peer Assessment 
 Summary
 
Chapter 10. 	Further information and resources
Appendix A	Assessing your learning skills
Appendix B	Tips for the Successful E-Learning Student
Appendix C	Assessing your ICT skills
Appendix D	Referencing Electronic Sources 
References
Glossary
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Internet in education.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Computer network resources.