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Article by Bob Little IT training specialist Quasar has launched a series of video-based online learning materials. Covering Microsoft Office 2010, Upgrade to Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft Office 2007, the series of e-videos – known as Anytime – is intended for organisations which want to gain the maximum benefit in terms of worker efficiency and effectiveness following an upgrade of the Microsoft Office suite of programs. They are also available to individuals who want to improve their Microsoft Office skills. Anytime uses hundreds of short e-videos that have been specially designed to maintain the important balance of the audio, visual and kinaesthetic elements which are necessary in any successful learning process.
Direct inquiries, abstracts, and full papers for this issue to: Special Issue Guest Editor, Christine Greenhow, Research Fellow, University of Minnesota Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, College Park (August, 2010) Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Issue Focus: The issue will focus on learning and literacies (e.g., information literacy, new literacies, etc.) with social media such as social network sites, where learning is defined as formal, informal or non-formal learning within or across a range of disciplines and educational settings. By no means exhaustive, papers might address the following questions: • What is the nature and depth of individual and distributed “learning” through these social media spaces? • What learning paradigms and theories should we borrow, or build upon, to understand learning with social media?
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