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Peer Review Cover Fall 2006

Fall 2006, Vol. 8, No. 4

Learning & Technology

This issue of Peer Review examines a range of current issues concerning the role and use of technology in student learning and will also addresses how these technologies can advance liberal education learning outcomes. Topics addressed include using technology to advance humanistic ideals, teaching through blended learning environment, engaging faculty in a technological age, and learning through the deployment of innovative technologies in informal spaces.

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CONTENTS:

From the Editor

Analysis

Technology and Integrative Learning: Enabling Serendipitous
Connectivity across Courses

David E. Shi

Combating Educational Somnambulism in the Information Age
Luke Fernandez

Practice

Harnessing Technology to Improve Liberal Learning
An Interview with Steven Sachs by Noreen O’Connor

Service Learning in Information Technology Leadership:
A Natural Connection

Charles Hannon

Technology, Learning, and the Virtual Liberal Arts Classroom
Susan Frost and Deborah Olsen

Designs for Learning with New Technologies
Karalee Woody

Resources

AAC&UCalendar

Research

Assesssing Online Learning: What One University Learned about Student Success, Persistence, and Satisfaction
Patsy Moskal, Charles Dzuiban, Randall Upchurch, Joel Hartman, and Barbara Truman

Reality Check

Questioning the Best Technology
Jack Meacham

 

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