Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

G. Rakoczi, I. Herbst, F. Reichl:
"Nine Recommendations for Enhancing e-Moderation Skills by Utilisation of Videoconferencing within an e-Tutoring Curriculum";
Vortrag: ED-MEDIA 2010 - World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Toronto, Kanada; 29.06.2010 - 02.07.2010; in: "Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2010", C. Montgomerie, J. Herrington, B. Hunter (Hrg.); Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Chesapeake (2010), ISBN: 1-880094-73-8; S. 2258 - 2266.

Kurzfassung englisch:
As commonly known, a tutor´s role changes when teachers appoint her/him as an e-tutor. A requirements analysis, which was carried out at our university, shows more and more teachers believe that e-tutors have to be soft skilled particularly in e-moderation and online communication skills. To account for such requirements, existing university e-tutoring curriculums have to adopted. This paper describes a curriculum design and investigates the utilisation of videoconferencing within e-tutoring. We believe that due to videoconferencing´s simultaneousness, multimodality and real-time characteristic it represents one of the most demanding Computer mediated Communication tool to moderate. Therefore, videoconferencing suits ideally to training of e-moderation skills. So for, most publications about e-moderation only describe basic aspects of moderating within online learning or teaching, while hardly any publication considers using videoconferencing in e-tutoring in particular. With `nine recommendations´ we thus try to close this gap. These `nine recommendations´ are given for teachers as a reference on, how to apply videoconferencing effectively in training of moderation-skills within the limits of a university e-tutoring curriculum.

e-tutoring, e-moderation, e-learning, videoconferencing, e-curriculum, recommendations, teaching

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