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The disruptive power of online education : challenges, opportunities, responses / edited by Andreas Altmann [and three others]

Contributor(s): Altmann, Andreas, 1963- [editor] [editor] | Ebersberger, Bernd [editor] [editor] | Mössenlechner, Claudia [editor] [editor] | Wieser, Desiree [editor] [editor]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 213 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787543256 (e-book)Subject(s): Internet in education | Computer-assisted instruction | Computer networks | Educational technologyDDC classification: 371.334 Online resources: eBook-Emerald
Contents:
Prelims -- Introduction: the disruptive power of online education: challenges, opportunities, responses -- Part I Online programmes and programme design -- Scaling online learning: the case for a programme-level approach -- LOGIC LEADS LEARNing: MOOCs in the Middle East -- The power of technology in customised executive education -- Internationalisation of online learning: a double degree model -- Part II Changing classroom dynamics in the digital teaching space -- Engagement in online learning: it's not all about faculty! -- Social collaborative learning environments: a means to reconceptualise leadership education for tomorrow's leaders and universities? -- Online, not distance education: the merits of collaborative learning in online education -- Disrupting higher education in Alaska: introducing the native teacher certification pathway -- Academic rigour and video technology: a case study on digital storytelling in graduate-level assignments -- Game-based Learning as education method in the digital age: experiences at the highest military education institution in Germany with online and offline game formats related to developing competencies -- Index.
Summary: The higher education sector is being disrupted through the effect thattechnological innovations have on the educational market. As digital and mobiletechnologies are developing further, higher education institutions must embracethese developments to meet the needs of their learners and to not becomeirrelevant. In higher education, disruptive effects are mainly visible on aprogram/product level, with an increasing number of programs including someelement of online education.Disruptive effects also become evident on a pedagogical level, wherestudent engagement, collaboration and social learning, gamification and seriousgames, competency-based learning, teacher training, and overcoming geosocialdivides are high on the agenda. This book considers the effect of onlineelements and their design on university business models andinternationalization, course design, massive open online courses (MOOCs), andthe scalability of online programs. It also explores how higher educationinstitutions across the globe respond and react to the challenges andopportunities evolving in online education.
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Prelims -- Introduction: the disruptive power of online education: challenges, opportunities, responses -- Part I Online programmes and programme design -- Scaling online learning: the case for a programme-level approach -- LOGIC LEADS LEARNing: MOOCs in the Middle East -- The power of technology in customised executive education -- Internationalisation of online learning: a double degree model -- Part II Changing classroom dynamics in the digital teaching space -- Engagement in online learning: it's not all about faculty! -- Social collaborative learning environments: a means to reconceptualise leadership education for tomorrow's leaders and universities? -- Online, not distance education: the merits of collaborative learning in online education -- Disrupting higher education in Alaska: introducing the native teacher certification pathway -- Academic rigour and video technology: a case study on digital storytelling in graduate-level assignments -- Game-based Learning as education method in the digital age: experiences at the highest military education institution in Germany with online and offline game formats related to developing competencies -- Index.

The higher education sector is being disrupted through the effect thattechnological innovations have on the educational market. As digital and mobiletechnologies are developing further, higher education institutions must embracethese developments to meet the needs of their learners and to not becomeirrelevant. In higher education, disruptive effects are mainly visible on aprogram/product level, with an increasing number of programs including someelement of online education.Disruptive effects also become evident on a pedagogical level, wherestudent engagement, collaboration and social learning, gamification and seriousgames, competency-based learning, teacher training, and overcoming geosocialdivides are high on the agenda. This book considers the effect of onlineelements and their design on university business models andinternationalization, course design, massive open online courses (MOOCs), andthe scalability of online programs. It also explores how higher educationinstitutions across the globe respond and react to the challenges andopportunities evolving in online education.

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