E-collaboration in Teaching and Learning



Price: $4.99 (for the e-book)

Editors: Lan Ngo, Susan Goldstein, and Lucy Portugal

Authors: Sunghee Shin, Anna Lee, Brian Howard, Michael Kroth, Clara Vaz Bauler, Dorothy M. Chun, Julia Galstad, Thomas A. Lucey, and Rena Shifflet

Description: Education can often be an isolating field where educators feel constrained to their classrooms or institutions and have few opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and learn from each other. E-collaboration may be a means for educators to go beyond the traditional boundaries of a classroom or school to seek a strong support network. Students also benefit from open lines of communication offered through methods of e-collaboration, as they may now extend their learning and work together in a mutually supportive manner. This e-book gives a voice to educators with the courage to try something new, and beckons other educators to embrace opportunities for innovative forms of e-collaboration, redefining the traditional classroom walls, with the aim of supporting learners.

Number of pages: 74
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Educational Cause: Part of the proceeds will go to improving technology in schools.  Donations will be made through Givology, a non-profit, mirco-giving organization that is run entirely by volunteers.

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Edited and written by graduate students of Chinese nationality currently studying in the U.S., this volume is in Chinese. More details to come.


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