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University Teacher Roles and Competencies in Online Learning Environments: A Theoretical Analysis of Teaching and Learning Practices
August 2009   |   Type: Abstract
Source: European Journal of Teacher Education, Volume 32, Issue 3,
pages 321 - 336 (August 2009).

The aim of this article is to clarify the university teacher roles and competencies in online learning environments, with a view to assisting in the design of professional development activities. This referential framework results from an extensive review of the literature and from analyzing professional development designed in different European universities.
It is worth mentioning that the definitions that will be produced do not refer to standards of teacher performance; on the contrary, the authors would like to emphasize the notion of socially situated competencies which are derived from the roles and tasks attributed to university teachers in online learning environments, without losing track of the dialectics and integrity of their exercise.
Comments (2):
March 27, 2013     ITEC Portal team (MOFET) wrote:
Dear Alma Rios,

For full-text papers, readers are requested to avail themselves of academic libraries and online databases.

The full articles can be purchased here:
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/02619760802624104
March 27, 2013     Alma Rios (Inter American University of P) wrote:
I am interested in reading complete study for my doctoral dissertation.
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