Table of contents for Engaged learning with emerging technologies / edited by David Hung and Myint Swe Khine.

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Chapter I
lodeling for meaningful learning                               1
David H Jonassen and Johannes Strobel
Chapter 2
Engaged learning: Making learning an authentic experience     29
David Hung, Tan Seng Chee and Koh Thiam Seng
Chapter 3
The contributing student: Learners as c-developers of
ieaming resources for reuse in web environments               49
Betty Collis ancd, JfMoonen
Chapter 4
Situated learning in the process of work                      69
Reinhard Oppermann and Marcus Specht
Chapter 5
Education n the knowledge age - Engaging learners
through knowledge building                                    91
Seng Chee Tan David Hung and Marleen Scardamalia
Chapter 6
Engaging learners through intuitive interfaces               107
John G. HedheTg and Susan Metros
Chapter 7
earning science through online threaded discourse            127
Allan H.K YIuen
Chapter 8
Engage, empower, enable:
Developing a shared vision for technology in education       149
Geoff Romeo
Chapter 9
Engagement with ideas and understanding:
An essential for effective learning in the electronic age   177
Alan Pritchard
"Chapter t1
Creating ICT-enriched learner-centred environments:
Myths, gaps and challenges                                  203
Kar Tin Lee
Chapter 11
Cybergogy for engaged learning:
A framework for creating learner engagement through
information and communication technology                    225
Minjuan Wang and Myunghee Kang
Chapter 12
Engaging learners through continuous online assessment      255
Cathy Gunn

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Learning, Educational technology