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Fostering Self-regulated Learning in e-Health

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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61692-901-5.ch021
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Edirippulige, Sisira and Rohana B. Marasinghe. "Fostering Self-regulated Learning in e-Health." Fostering Self-Regulated Learning through ICT. IGI Global, 2011. 352-363. Web. 22 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-61692-901-5.ch021

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Edirippulige, S., & Marasinghe, R. B. (2011). Fostering Self-regulated Learning in e-Health. In G. Dettori, & D. Persico (Eds.) Fostering Self-Regulated Learning through ICT (pp. 352-363). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-61692-901-5.ch021

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Edirippulige, Sisira and Rohana B. Marasinghe. "Fostering Self-regulated Learning in e-Health." In Fostering Self-Regulated Learning through ICT, ed. Giuliana Dettori and Donatella Persico, 352-363 (2011), accessed October 22, 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-61692-901-5.ch021

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Abstract

Compared to other fields (such as media, banking and communication), the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) in health has been slow. Among other factors, the lack of systematic education has been identified as a significant barrier. The use of ICT in healthcare delivery is widely known as e-Health. Evidence shows that if used in right context, e-Health can be efficient and cost effective. While designing e-Health curriculum, there are a number of factors to be considered. Due to the specific nature of the subject matter and the learners, the traditional teaching methods and pedagogical constructs may not be suitable. The choice of education methods must be based on the capacity of achieving the learning outcomes. E-Learning has proven to be an effective way of delivering education, particularly for rural and remote learners. Based on blended learning model, E-Health teaching at the Centre for Online Health University of Queensland, Australia has shown its capacity to provide a unique learning experience to students. While designing e-Health curriculum, a particular attention has been paid to aspects such as flexibility of learning processes, students’ control in learning, self observation and self evaluation. These are, in fact, core principles of self regulated learning (SRL) that have been incorporated in the teaching and learning process of e-Health. This chapter sets out to examine in details the elements of SRL embedded in e-Health teaching and the role of SRL in maximizing the learning outcomes.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Giuliana Dettori, Donatella Persico
Chapter 1
Matthew L. Bernacki, Anita C. Aguilar, James P. Byrnes
Recent research suggests that technologically enhanced learning environments (TELEs) represent an opportunity for students to build their ability to... Sample PDF
Self-Regulated Learning and Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments: An Opportunity-Propensity Analysis
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Chapter 2
Lucy Barnard-Brak, William Y. Lan, Valerie Osland Paton
While the presence of technology-enhanced learning environments (TELEs) will only increase in higher education, this book chapter examines current... Sample PDF
Measuring and Profiling Self-Regulated Learning in the Online Environment
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Chapter 3
Jesús de la Fuente, Antonia Lozano
As knowledge in the area of self-regulated learning has progressively expanded, there is a perceived need for new methods and assessment instruments... Sample PDF
Design of the SEAI Self-Regulation Assessment for Young Children and Ethical Considerations of Psychological Testing
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Chapter 4
Barbara Colombo, Alessandro Antonietti
An experiment was carried out to investigate how participants self-regulate their access to explanatory pictures that were designed to facilitate... Sample PDF
Self-regulated Strategies and Cognitive Styles in Multimedia Learning
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Chapter 5
Rylan G. Egan, Mingming Zhou
In this chapter, the authors challenge the traditional differentiation between metacognitive monitoring and control in text-based self-regulated... Sample PDF
Re-Conceptualizing Calibration Using Trace Methodology
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Chapter 6
Cath Ellis, Sue Folley
This chapter explores how we can harness technology to foster self-regulated learning in assessment practices. Traditionally innovation in... Sample PDF
Using Student Assessment Choice and eAssessment to Achieve Self Regulated Learning
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Chapter 7
Maureen Snow Andrade, Ellen L. Bunker
Self-regulated learning (SRL), defined as learners taking responsibility for their own learning (Dembo & Eaton, 2000), is a critical component for... Sample PDF
The Role of SRL and TELEs in Distance Education: Narrowing the Gap
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Chapter 8
Bruce R. Harris, Reinhard W. Lindner, Anthony A. Piña
The primary purpose of this chapter is to present techniques and strategies that can be incorporated in online courses to promote students’ use of... Sample PDF
Strategies to Promote Self-Regulated Learning in Online Environments
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Chapter 9
Manuela Delfino, Giuliana Dettori, Donatella Persico
This chapter analyses Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) in a virtual community interacting through asynchronous textual communication. The community... Sample PDF
Influence of Task Nature on Learner Self-Regulation in Online Activities
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Chapter 10
Rita Calabrese, Filomena Faiella
The aim of this chapter is to provide an outline of the main theoretical issues in the field of Self-Regulated Learning which have inspired the... Sample PDF
Theoretical and Practical Issues in Designing a Blended e-Learning Course of English as a Foreign Language
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Chapter 11
Yoko Hirata
Recently, information and communication technology (ICT) in Japanese tertiary institutions have begun to play an increasingly important role in... Sample PDF
Evaluating Web Content for Self-Directed Language Learning
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Chapter 12
I-Pei Tung, Kevin Chin
This chapter presents a novel approach that combines self-regulated learning (SRL) with Activity Systems Theory (AST). While SRL focuses primarily... Sample PDF
Using Video as a Retrospective Tool to Understand Self-Regulated Learning in Mathematical Problem Solving
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Chapter 13
M. Alessandra Mariotti, Laura Maffei
This contribution is based on a research study which aims at investigating the benefits coming from the use of the Aplusix ICT environment in a... Sample PDF
Activating a Self-Regulated Process: The Case of a Remedial Activity within an ICT Environment
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Chapter 14
Bracha Kramarski
This study examined the relative efficacies of two different metacognitive teaching methods – problem solving (M_PS) and sharing knowledge (M_SK).... Sample PDF
Assessing Self-regulation Development through Sharing Feedback in Online Mathematical Problem Solving Discussion
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Chapter 15
Eunice Eyitayo Olakanmi, Canan Blake, Eileen Scanlon
The authors have investigated the effects of self-regulated learning (SRL) prompts on the academic performance of 30 year 9 students (12-13 year... Sample PDF
The Role of Self-Regulated Learning in Enhancing Conceptual Understanding of Rate of Chemical Reactions
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Chapter 16
Vighnarajah , Su Luan Wong, Kamariah Abu Bakar
Current development in the Malaysian educational policies observed heightened interest in the integration of self-regulation of the learning process... Sample PDF
Enriching Quality of Self-Regulated Learning through Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments: A Malaysian Case Study
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Chapter 17
Mark McMahon
While reading skills are an accepted key skill both for life and study, the capacity to read critically and apply reading concepts to solve problems... Sample PDF
Mark-UP: Promoting Self-Monitoring of Reading Comprehension through Online Environment
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Chapter 18
Maria Luisa Sanz de Acedo Lizarraga, Oscar Ardaiz Villanueva, Maria Teresa Sanz de Acedo Baquedano
Our main purpose in this chapter is to examine the possibility of stimulating self-regulation of learning (SRL) by means of Information and... Sample PDF
Self-Regulation of Learning Supported by Web 2.0 Tools: An Example of Raising Competence on Creativity and Innovation
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Chapter 19
Antje Proske, Susanne Narciss, Hermann Körndle
Self-regulated learners deal with a complex interplay of forethought, performance, and self-reflection processes. This might be a reason why many... Sample PDF
Exploring the Effects of an Optional Learning Plan Tool in Technology-Enhanced Learning
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Chapter 20
Per Bergamin, Marco Bettoni, Simone Ziska, Cindy Eggs
Since our mission is the collaborative cultivation of a university-wide media culture, in this chapter the authors propose to look at the relation... Sample PDF
Reference Course Model: Supporting Self-Regulated Learning by Cultivating a University-Wide Media Culture
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Chapter 21
Sisira Edirippulige, Rohana B. Marasinghe
Compared to other fields (such as media, banking and communication), the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) in health... Sample PDF
Fostering Self-regulated Learning in e-Health
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Chapter 22
Wim Veen, Jan-Paul van Staalduinen, Thieme Hennis
Sharing knowledge is one of the most challenging tasks modern companies have to deal with. A vast amount of knowledge exists within organizations;... Sample PDF
Informal Self-regulated Learning in Corporate Organizations
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Chapter 23
Barbara De Marco, Nicoletta Businaro, Eleonora Farina, Ottavia Albanese
Based on recent findings about Self-Regulated Learning (SRL), we outline three educational interventions aimed at fostering students’ learning... Sample PDF
Face-to-Face and Web-Forum Interventions Promoting SRL Skills at University
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Chapter 24
Jane Pilling-Cormick
When exploring the central role control plays in implementing technology-enhanced learning initiatives, it is essential to take into consideration... Sample PDF
SRL/SDL and Technology-Enhanced Learning: Linking Learner Control with Technology
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