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The power of practical andragogues

Creed, Andrew 2004, The power of practical andragogues, in AusWeb X: the challenge of integration as the web moves into its second decade: proceedings of AusWeb04, Southern Cross University, Lismore, N.S.W., pp. 36-41.

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Title The power of practical andragogues
Author(s) Creed, Andrew
Conference name Australian World Wide Web Conference (10th: 2004: Gold Coast, Qld.)
Conference location Gold Coast, Qld.
Conference dates 3-7 Jul. 2004
Title of proceedings AusWeb X: the challenge of integration as the web moves into its second decade: proceedings of AusWeb04
Editor(s) Treloar, Andrew
Ellis, Allan
Publication date 2004
Start page 36
End page 41
Publisher Southern Cross University
Place of publication Lismore, N.S.W.
Summary In the tertiary education environment, educators might assume or suggest they should have the most significant influence over the way andragogical theory is translated into online education products. The continuing growth of online education indicates a need to be sure we understand who really does have the greatest influence in this area. This paper introduces a model of the broader development process of online learning resources and the ways educators, learners and resource developers interact in the process. It reveals a backbone of practical andragogy which is currently dominated by resource developers due to their central technological translational expertise. There are implications in this for learners, educators and contractors/financiers of online education products. Understanding the development process reveals at least one critical bearing point where few but the resource developers have andragogical input. This paper examines and analyses the educator-learner-developer triad through the lens of four case study organisations actively applying andragogy in the development of management learning resources in an online format.
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ISBN 9780975164426
0975164422
Language eng
Field of Research 130306 Educational Technology and Computing
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2004, Southern Cross University
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