Educational Informatics Systems: Individual Approaches

Educational Informatics Systems: Individual Approaches

Nigel Ford (University of Sheffield, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-741-6.ch007
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Abstract

Educational informatics is defined within this book as: The.development,.use,.and.evaluation.of.digital.systems.that.use.pedagogical.knowledge. to.engage.in.or.facilitate.resource.discovery.in.order.to.support.learning.. Figure 91 shows how the previous chapters of this book have focused on each of the pillars on which educational informatics is founded. The nature of learning was explored in Chapters I and II, before we moved on to focus on pedagogical matters in Chapter III and resource.discovery in Chapter IV. Chapters V and VI focused on digital.systems, concentrating on information and communication technology (ICT) aspects of pedagogy and resource discovery respectively. The reader is referred to the Preface for a more detailed explanation of this definition.

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