Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications

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Luppicini, Rocci
IGI Global, Jan 31, 2008 - Education - 508 pages
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Given the rapid growth of computer-mediated communication, there is an ever-broadening range of social interactions. With conversation as the bedrock on which social interactions are built, there is growing recognition of the important role conversation has in instruction, particularly in the design and development of technologically advanced educational environments.

The Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications presents key perspectives on the evolving area of conversation design, bringing together a multidisciplinary body of work focused on the study of conversation and conversation design practices to inform instructional applications. Offering multimodal instructional designers and developers authoritative content on the cutting-edge issues and challenges in conversation design, this book is a must-have for reference library collections worldwide.

  

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Contents

Working with Gordon Pask 19671978 Developing and Applying Conversation Theory
Instruction for Design and Designs for Conversation
The Human Centrality of Conversational Learning
Conversation and Design
Conversation Theory Conceptualized in ELearning Environments
Conversation and Design for Instructional Applications
Conversation Design in the Electronic Discussion Age
Conversation Theory Blended Course Design and Discussion
Telling Stories Connecting Theory and Experience in Classroom Conversations
Pask and Ma Join Forces in an Elementary Mathematics Methods Course
Using the Interpersonal ActionLearning Cycle to Invite Thinking Attentive Comprehension
Conversation for School Change Teachers Experiences
Emerging Trends in Conversation Design
A Conversational Framework for SelfOrganised Learning Modelling Personal Meaning for Effective Action in the World
Design and Evaluation of Embodied Conversational Agents for Educational and Advisory Softwa
Modelling Spoken Multimodal Instructional Systems

Online Tutoring as Conversation Design
Instructional Conversations Designing Dialogue to Deepen Learning
Making Online Bulletin Board Dialogues Work Conversation Design for Building Knowledge Networks Through Reflective Practices
Designing Online Conversations to Engage Local Practice Implications of a KnowledgeBuilding Framework
Instructional Applications in Conversation Design
Applying Grounded Conversation Design to Instruction
Constructing Online Conversation to Support Learning
Mobile Technology and its Applications in Instructional Conversation
Dialogue Mapping and Collaborative Learning
Politeness as a Social Computing Requirement
Compilation of References
About the Contributors
Index
Copyright

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Rocci Luppicini is an associate professor in the Department of Communication with a cross-appointment to the Institute for Science, Society, and Policy (ISSP) at the University of Ottawa (Canada). He is a social scientist and philosopher of technology who pursues work at the intersection of communication, technology (media), ethics, decision-making, and policy. He acts as the Editor-in-Chief for the International Journal of Technoethics and has published over 25 peer reviewed articles and has authored and edited over a dozen books including, the Handbook of Conversation Design for Instructional Applications (2008), the Handbook of Research on Technoethics: Volume I &II (with R. Adell) (2009), Technoethics and the Evolving Knowledge Society: Ethical Issues in Technological Design, Research, Development, and Innovation (2010), Ethical Impact of Technological Advancements and Applications in Society (2012), and Moral, Ethical, and Social Dilemmas in the Age of Technology: Theories and Practice (2013), His edited work, the Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological Society: Vol I &II (2013) provides the first comprehensive reference work in the English language on human enhancement and identity within an evolving technological society. [Editor]

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