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2011/3-4. English Summary

Adrienn Ujhelyi: Online groups inside and out. Online communities’ social psychological observation

This paper is about the most important results of the author’s doctoral dissertation, based on several empiric research results. It discusses online groups in view of social psychological approach looking for similarities and differencies between online and offline groups. The study aims to explore the entitativity of different types of online groups (e.g. Facebookers, Youtube users, role players).

Janos Olle: The interpretation of digital citizenship and it’s developing possibilities

The author gives a review of international literature on the concepts of digital citizenship, digital and media literacy and links the semantic changes of these constructs to the web “evolution”. He describes and compares different models of expected competencies of digital citizens emphasizing, these not being native abilities, not even in case of digital natives.

Maria M.Nadasi: The role of textbooks in the teaching-learning process

This paper is the transcript of a lecture delivered at the memorial conference of 20th anniversary of Takács Etel’s death. The author looks through the history of textbooks and attempts to determine their significance today and to predict their roles in the digital generation’s life in the future based on results of an experiment, on expert opinions and on her own experiences.

Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo: Sustainable innovation in teacher training – from theory to practice

This paper provides insight into the training at the Faculty of Informatics throughout introducing the aims and tools of a course (Modern tools in Pedagogy) based on an extension of Bloom’s digital taxonomy. The author emphasizes the significance of creating personal learning environments which goes far beyond the frames of the course and University training.

Reka Racsko – Csilla Herczog: Where does the national media education? The empirical analysis of teens’ media literacy in relation to awareness in media usage and critical media consumption

In this study, the authors publish their research results of 14-18 year students’ habits regarding awareness and critical “media consumption” and explore the media education specialties in Hungary (integrated or not, lessons per week, media teacher ‘s qualifications, aims of media education, grades taught, classroom observation logs). They also observed the orientation forms, usage of information resources and opinions about teh influence of media texts.

Janos Horvath.Cz.: The µ-contents – or one more step ahead on the 2.0 way

At Budapest University of Technology and Economics, it is expected to students to work out microcontent-based assignments in Digital Pedagogy course. The author links learning theories of constructivism and connectivism to curriculum content-making and -sharing of students and educators and summarizes his experiences of this course.

Zsolt Kristof – Ladislav Vegh – Karoly Bodnar: Experiences in using Sloodle toolkit in Higher Education – a presentation of a self-developed tool

At Unversity of Debrecen Faculty of Health, a learning environment was developed by combining Moodle LCMS and Second Life Virtual Reality in which students’ activity were supported by several existing tools a self-developed tool within theoretical and practical course. In this study the results and experiences of this educational experiment are published.

Monika Szabo – Anita Viranyi: Teaching and learning in virtual environment – summary of a virtual group training experiment

This study describes a training organized in Second Life Virtual Reality and provides insight into its activities, system and summarizes the educational objectivess. Anyone could join in and the focus was on the virtual environment, the cognition of virtual self and dealing with differences and disability.

Lilla Habok: Second Life museums and galleries

The article summarizes the opportunities of using Second Life in visual education. Experiences of virtuality were shown by many real examples while the author reviews undoubted advantages of virtual museums and points out shortcomings. Making up for them, virtual exibitions could become important learning fields.

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