Are passion and experimentation key to e-learning? This is one of the most influential books on learning today – what titles for a cover-to-cover read can you recommend?


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While studying for a Masters in Open and Distance Learning (MAODE) with the Open University I love to have one or more books on the go to read from cover to cover. Courtesy of the eBook formst, as I read I highlight, bookmark, makes notes and share excerpts on Twitter @JJ27VV and @mymindbursts. Sections highlighted by other readers are indicated too making the reading process less of the private, isolated affair it was in the past.

When it comes to e-learning there are a handful of must-read books, such as his one. What have you come across that you would recommend?

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3 comments on “Are passion and experimentation key to e-learning? This is one of the most influential books on learning today – what titles for a cover-to-cover read can you recommend?
  1. mary callan says:

    Building Online Learning Communities: Effective Strategies for the Virtual Classroom (Rena Palloff and Kenneth Pratt)

  2. marycallan says:

    Building Online Learning Communities: Effective Strategies for the Virtual Classroom by Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt

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