[Air-l] New book: HANDBOOK OF E-LEARNING RESEARCH

Caroline Haythornthwaite haythorn at uiuc.edu
Sat Feb 24 10:01:36 PST 2007



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>Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 09:48:18 -0800 (PST)
>From: Philip Wazdatskey <wazdatskey at sbcglobal.net>  
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] New book: HANDBOOK OF E-LEARNING RESEARCH  
>To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
>
>What a wonderful book.  

Thank you :)

>I am about to submit a proposal for my dissertation on a related subject.  I 
wish I could see an advanced copy of this book so that I do not write on a 
subject already taken. I would love a copy of university addresses to provide a 
follow up survey for my dissertation.  Any leads , so that I do not re-invent the 
wheel so to speak, would be greatly appreciated.  

I'm not sure what the publisher's attitude would be to advance copies -- but 
(offlist) I can connect you with the authors whose work and chapters you might 
be interested in. 

The book will be out in August, which is not too long anyway. While not cheap, 
it should not be outrageously expensive for a Handbook. (Get your library to 
order it now!) There's info about it now only on the Sage UK site where it is 
listing for GBP 85 (about $150 US maybe).

/Caroline





>
>Caroline Haythornthwaite <haythorn at uiuc.edu> wrote:
>  Another example of unashamed self-publicity ... This should be out before 
the 
>AoIR conference. /Caroline
>
>
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>HANDBOOK OF E-LEARNING RESEARCH
>Sage, forthcoming August 2007
>
>Edited by 
>
>Richard Andrews, University of York, UK
>and 
>Caroline Haythornthwaite, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
>
>For chapter abstracts, see: 
>http://classweb.lis.uiuc.edu/~haythorn/books/toc_handbook.html
>
>
>Table Of Contents
>
>Richard Andrews and Caroline Haythornthwaite
>- - Introduction to e-learning research 
>
>CONTEXTS FOR RESEARCHING E-LEARNING
>Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Murray Turoff and Linda Harasim
>- - Development and philosophy of the field of asynchronous learning 
networks 
>Gail E. Hawisher and Cynthia L. Selfe 
>- - On computers and writing
>Caroline Haythornthwaite
>- - Digital divide and e-learning
>Angela McFarlane
>- - Learning and the world of games and play
>Christopher Hoadley
>- - Learning sciences theories and methods for e-learning researchers
>
>THEORY
>Melody M. Thompson
>- - From distance education to e-learning
>Terry Locke
>- - E-learning and the reshaping of rhetorical space
>Andrew Whitworth
>- - Researching the cognitive cultures of e-learning
>Mike Sharples, Josie Taylor and Giasemi Vavoula
>- - A theory of learning for the mobile age
>Naomi Miyake
>- - Computer supported collaborative learning
>
>POLICY
>Virgil E. Varvel, Rae-Anne Montague & Leigh S. Estabrook 
>- - Policy and e-learning
>Gráinne Conole
>- - An international comparison of the relationship between policy and 
practice 
>in e-learning
>Michelle M. Kazmer
>- - Community-embedded learning
>Konrad Morgan and Madeleine Morgan
>- - The challenges of gender, age and personality in e-learning
>
>LANGUAGE AND LITERACY
>Janina Brutt-Griffler
>- - Bilingualism and e-learning
>Carol A. Chapelle 
>- - Second language learning and online communication
>Illana Snyder
>- - Literacy, learning and technology studies
>Zhao Yuan
>- - Problems of researching e-learning
>- - the case of computer-assisted language learning
>
>DESIGN ISSUES
>
>Bronwyn Stuckey & Sasha Barab
>- - New conceptions for community design 
>Wynne Harlen and Susan J. Doubler
>- - Researching the impact of online professional development for teachers 
>Ellen Roberts & Jane Rostron
>- - Exploring e-learning community in a global postgraduate programme 
>Andrew Burn 
>- - The place of digital video in the curriculum
>
>
>----------------------------------------
>Caroline Haythornthwaite
>Associate Professor
>Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at 
Urbana-Champaign
>501 East Daniel St., Champaign IL 61820
>
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Caroline Haythornthwaite
Associate Professor
Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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