Researching Design, Experience and Practice of Networked Learning: an Overview
Implications for Networked Learning of the "Practice" Side of Social Practice Theories : a Tacit-knowledge Perspective
Designing for Learning in Coupled Contexts
Making the Right Connections: Implementing the Objects of Practice into a Network for Learning
Teachers' Use of Learning Technology in a South-Asian context
Here be Dragons: Approaching Difficult Group Issues in Networked Learning
Understanding Emerging Knowledge Spillovers in Small-group Learning Settings; a Networked Learning Perspective
Changing the Rules of the Game : Using Blogs for Online Discussions in Higher Education
Blended Problem-Based Learning: Designing Collaboration Opportunities for Unguided Group Research Through the Use of Web 2.0 tools
Online Learning Communities for Teachers' Continuous Professional Development: An Action Research Study of eTwinning Learning Events
Analysing Learning Ties to Stimulate Continuous Professional Development in the Workplace
Learning Through Network Interaction: The Potential of Ego-Networks
Mobile Learning and Immutable Mobiles: Using iPhones to Support Informal Learning in Craft Brewing.
This book brings together a wealth of new research that opens up the meaning of connectivity as embodied and promised in the term networked learning. Chapters explore how contexts, groups and environments can be connected rather than just learners; how messy, unexpected and emergent connections can be made rather than structured and predefined ones; and how technology connects us to learning and each other, but also shapes our identity.