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International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning

Volume 12, Number 1, January 2011 Special Issue: Prior, Experiential, and Informal Learning in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies Guest-edited by Dianne Conrad

Table of contents (13 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Dwell in Possibility: PLAR and e-Portfolios in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies
  2. Preconditions for Post-Employment Learning: Preliminary Results from Ongoing Research
  3. Validation of Competencies in E-Portfolios: A Qualitative Analysis
  4. Creating a Positive PLA Experience: A Step-by-Step Look at University PLA
  5. Language of Evaluation: How PLA Evaluators Write about Student Learning
  6. An Application of PLAR in the Development of the Aboriginal Self: One College’s Experience
  7. The Role of Language in Portfolio Learning

Field Notes

  1. A Dynamic Community of Discovery: Planning, Learning, and Change
  2. The Development of an Online Instrument for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition of Internationally Educated Nurses: A Pilot Study
  3. Going Online to Make Learning Count
  4. Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition: Emergence of a Canadian Community of Scholars
  5. Evaluating Prior Learning Assessment Programs: A Suggested Framework

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