Complexity, Theory and Praxis: Researching Collaborative Learning and Tutoring Processes in a Networked Learning Community
ISAIJLS Volume 31, Number 1, ISSN 0020-4277
Explores the complexity of researching networked learning in higher education. Suggests that no single theoretical model currently available is sufficiently powerful to provide a framework for a research agenda that takes into account key aspects of human agency. Presents findings of a multi-method analysis of the learning and tutoring processes occurring in an online community of professionals engaged in a Master's Program in E-Learning. (Contains 64 references.) (AEF)
De Laat, M. & Lally, V. (2003). Complexity, Theory and Praxis: Researching Collaborative Learning and Tutoring Processes in a Networked Learning Community. Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences, 31(1), 7-39.
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