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Chapter1 Onthe Nature and Value of Social Software for Learning
Chapter2 Social Learning Theories
Chapter3 ATypology of Social Forms for Learning
Chapter4 Learning in Groups
Chapter5 Learning in Networks
Chapter6 Learning in Sets
Chapter7 Learning with Collectives
Chapter8 Stories From the Field
Chapter9 Issues and Challenges in Educational Uses of Social Software
Chapter 10 TheShape of Things and of Things to Come
Jon Dron is associate professor in the School ofComputing and Information Systems and a member of theTechnology-Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute at AthabascaUniversity. His current research concerns the social aspects oflearning technologies, with an emphasis on methods and technologiesthat enable learners to help each other. He is the author ofControl and Constraint in E-Learning: Choosing When toChoose.
Terry Anderson is professor and researcher in theTechnology-Enhanced Knowledge Research Centre at Athabasca University.His research interests focus on interaction and social media ineducational contexts. He is the editor of The Theory and Practiceof Online Learning, 2nd ed., winner of the 2009 Charles E.Wedemeyer Award.