Volume 1: Digital Technologies
2021, 108 pages, paperback, 32,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-4324-2
With contributions by
Terje Bach, Toril F. Birkeland, Erik Bratland, Johan Fredriksson, Mohamed El Ghami, Lise Lillebrygfjeld Halse, Roger Helde, Thor O. Holmquist, Bjørn Jæger, Catharina Lindheim, Joakim Malm, Pål Pedersen, Gunhild Brigitte Sætren, Martin Rasmussen Skogstad, Abbas Strømmen-Bakhtiar, Elisabeth Suzen, Antonina Tsvetkova, Jonas Vaag, Inger Lise Valstad, Aoife Walsh
This book is about the role, use and place of digital technologies in supplemental Instruction, which includes why we need Supplemental Instruction, teacher’s integration of technology experience with lecture capture and more.
The book is aimed at anyone who is concerned about study quality in higher education. The contributors are researchers and lecturers at various universities from several countries.
This book is the first of a trilogy on Supplemental Instruction, where the themes for the other books are " Student Learning Processes" and “Organization and Leadership”. The editors of the trilogy are Abbas Strømmen-Bakhtiar (Professor), Roger Helde (Associate Professor) and Elisabeth Suzen (Associate Professor), all three at Nord University, Norway.