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Students' Experiences of e-Learning in Higher Education: The Ecology of Sustainable Innovation


reviewed by Dominic Mentor September 21, 2010

coverTitle: Students' Experiences of e-Learning in Higher Education: The Ecology of Sustainable Innovation
Author(s): Robert Ellis and Peter Goodyear
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415989361, Pages: 232, Year: 2009
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 21, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16159, Date Accessed: 10/20/2017 9:23:34 PM

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  • Dominic Mentor
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    DOMINIC MENTOR is a Fulbright scholar pursuing a doctorate degree in Instructional Technology and Media from the Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education program within the department of Mathematics, Science & Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University. His research interests include issues in digital media and social connectedness, e-learning, learning management systems, and leveraging the power of mLearning. After completing degrees in English Literature at the University of the Western Cape he served as teacher and contributor to learning materials for ESL publications. Dominic also contributed to a series of modular textbooks teaching English as a second language. While completing his Masters in Hypermedia for Language Learning at Stellenbosch University, he designed and launched a computer-assisted language learning program for ESL students in the Western Cape province of South Africa. He conducted and presented research on the adoption of Learning Management Systems, and the diffusion of e-learning at Higher Education institutions in Southern Africa, and Europe. In New York, Dominic serves as facilitator of professional development computer technology workshops for teachers as well as students and has presented at various research conferences with the most recent being the Computer Human Interface (CHI 2010) and the e-Learning Guild mLearn 2010 Conference. In addition to his work in professional development and presentation of his research interests at conferences, he currently teaches in the higher education environment. Dominic co-designed two mLearning course for graduate level students. The mLearning courses espouses theoretical and pedagogical principles for designing educational opportunities using mobile phones and handheld devices.
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