Learning: Design, Engagement and Definition


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Learning: Design, Engagement and Definition

Editors: Brad Hokanson, Marisa Exter, Amy Grincewicz, Matthew Schmidt, Andrew A. Tawfik
ISBN: 978-3-030-85077-7(Hardcover), 978-3-030-85078-4 (Online)
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-85078-4

This book examines the topic of learning design from a human, interactive, and collaborative perspective. A variety of pedagogic and instructional modalities are thoroughly investigated as methodologies for creating functional and effective designs for students. The book is appropriate for all levels of teaching and learning, but special attention is paid to the special requirement of higher education, graduate education and post-graduate classrooms.

Within the research chapters are embedded numerous examples, case studies, and implementation guides. The book is a scholarly yet practical guide to learning design and everyone from educational researchers in all areas of educational technology to instructional designers and instructional technologists will find it useful and inspiring at once.

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