Web-based instruction -- Design, Higher education -- Computer-assisted instruction -- Case studies, Student-centered learning
In the context of the future of learning management systems, this paper examines the concept and perception of a learning environment from the classroom to the internet and their relationship to perceptions of teaching and learning. Examples and research, including an example of an activist Web 2.0 prosocial effort, are used to demonstrate the distinction between the current state of teaching and learning, and an emerging model and vision. The implications for necessary future directions to mediate the contrast are discussed.
Brown, Gary, and Peterson, Nils. "The LMS Mirror: School as We Know IT versus School as We Need IT and the Triumph of the Custodial Class," Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4 (2): 190-197.