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Reflections on Online Learning Designs and Cross-Institutional Research Collaborations: Revisiting "Classrooms without Walls" in Two Australian Universities
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Journal of Learning Design Volume 8, Number 3 ISSN 1832-8342

Abstract

The article on which this paper reflects ["Exploring a Cross-Institutional Research Collaboration and Innovation: Deploying Social Software and Web 2.0 Technologies to Investigate Online Learning Designs and Interactions in Two Australian Universities"] presented elements of a research project investigating learning interactions in online courses at two Australian universities. This paper revisits that earlier account of researching "classrooms without walls" by distilling and updating the authors' propositions and by examining these propositions' potential wider applicability. The twin foci of this examination relate to effective online learning designs and innovative cross-institutional research collaborations. [For "Exploring a Cross-Institutional Research Collaboration and Innovation: Deploying Social Software and Web 2.0 Technologies to Investigate Online Learning Designs and Interactions in Two Australian Universities," see EJ1001776.]

Citation

Rossi, D., van Rensburg, H., Clark, D., Harreveld, R.E., Beer, C. & Danaher, P.A. Reflections on Online Learning Designs and Cross-Institutional Research Collaborations: Revisiting "Classrooms without Walls" in Two Australian Universities. Journal of Learning Design, 8(3), 78-91. Retrieved January 21, 2020 from .

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