Release on 2019-12-06 | by Nuninger, Walter,Châtelet, Jean-Marie
Author: Nuninger, Walter,Châtelet, Jean-Marie
Pubpsher: IGI Global
Previously, key levers of higher education have seemed to be the learning organization, work-integrated learning for life-long learning, and learner-centered pedagogy. However, funding evolution and the integration of digital tools are changing professional styles and learning behaviors. Nonetheless, the sustainability of higher education requires quality agreement based on ethical, robust, and replicable pedagogical approaches. The Handbook of Research on Operational Quality Assurance in Higher Education for Life-Long Learning is a comprehensive scholarly book that focuses on the evolution of the education framework and job market as well as necessary changes needed in organizations to reply to life-long learning and competency-based training initiatives. Highlighting topics such as digital environment, e-learning, and learning analytics, this book is essential for higher education faculty, managers, deans, professionals, administrators, educators, academicians, researchers, and policymakers.
We are at a crucial time for the production and dissemination of knowledge – one in which the scientific community is questioning the nature of the digital humanities. Within this context, Learner Support in Online Learning Environments proposes, by taking into consideration the notion of assistance in a learning context, an original method of positioning digital resources for teachers, students and researchers in the humanities and social sciences. Questioning existing theoretical frameworks and prototypes, learner support in digital environments is presented as both a process and a result integrating a variety of resources. Some of these resources already exist, some may be adapted from existing objects and still others have yet to be imagined. The end goal is to facilitate both independent and group-based learning activities.
Inthis publication, researchers from widely differing backgrounds analyse the rootcauses of violence from different perspectives and attempts to discover precisely how violence plays a role in the lives of young people, whether they be victims or perpetrators. The articles collected here are contributions to a seminar organised in the context of the Council of Europe's integrated project, "Responceses to Violence in Everyday Life in A Democratic Society".
A Student Grammar of French is a concise introduction to French grammar, designed specifically for English-speaking undergraduates. Keeping technical detail to a minimum, it explains the fundamentals of the grammar in accessible and simple terms, and helps students to put their learning into practice through a range of fun and engaging exercises. All the essential topics are covered, with chapters on verbs, nouns, adjectives, pronouns, determiners, prepositions, adverbs, negation, numerals, sentences, and clauses. Every grammatical point is illustrated with a range of authentic examples drawn from magazines and newspapers, covering many areas of contemporary life such as fashion, health issues, relationships and sport. It is clearly organized into a user-friendly, numbered indexing system, allowing the learner to quickly and easily locate any grammatical topic. Functioning both as an indispensable reference guide and a comprehensive workbook, this grammar will become the perfect accompaniment to any first or second year undergraduate course.