Table of contents for The Sage handbook of e-learning research / edited by Richard Andrews, Caroline Haythornthwaite.

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List of contributors                                          ix
1  Introduction to E-learning Research                            1
Richard Andrews and Caroline Haythornthwaite
2 Development and Philosophy of the Field of Asynchronous Learning
Networks                                                      55
Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Murray Turoff and Linda Harasim
3  On Computers and Writing                                      73
Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe
4  Digital Divide and E-learning                                 97
Caroline Haythornthwaite
5  Learning and Lessons from the World of Games and Play        119
Angela McFarlane
6  Learning Sciences Theories and Methods for E-learning Researchers  139
Christopher Hoadley
PART II THEORY                                                  157
7  From Distance Education to E-learning                         159
Melody M. Thompson
8  E-learning and the Reshaping of Rhetorical Space              179
Terry Locke
9  Researching the Cognitive Cultures of E-learning            202
Andrew Whitworth
10 A Theory of Learning for the Mobile Age                     221
Mike Sharples, Josie Taylor and Giasemi Vavoula
11 Computer Supported Collaborative Learning                   248
Naomi Miyake
PART III POLICY                                                 267
12 Policy and E-learning                                       269
Virgil E. Varvel, Rae-Anne Montague and Leigh S. Estabrook
13 An International Comparison of the Relationship between Policy and
Practice in E-learning                                      286
Gr6inne Conole
14 Community-embedded Learning                                 311
Michelle M. Kazmer
15 The Challenges of Gender, Age and Personality in E-learning  328
Konrad Morgan and Madeleine Morgan
PART IV LANGUAGE AND LITERACY                                  347
16 Bilingualism and E-learning                                 349
Janina Brutt-Griffler
17 Second Language Learning and Online Communication           371
CarolA. Chapelle
18 Literacy, Learning and Technology Studies                   394
Ilana Snyder
19 Problems in Researching E-learning: the Case of Computer-Assisted
Language Learning                                           416
Zhao Yuan
PART V    DESIGN ISSUES                                        437
20 New Conceptions for Community Design                        439
Bronwyn Stuckey and Sasha Barab
21 Researching the Impact of Online Professional Development for
Teachers                                                   466
Wynne Harlen and Susan J Doubler
22 Exploring E-learning Community in a Global Postgraduate Programme 487
Ellen Roberts and Jane Lund
23 The Place of Digital Video in the Curriculum                504
Andrew Burn
Index                                                          524

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Computer-assisted instruction, Internet in education