Second Provost's Symposia on Assessment of Learning at the University of Arizona
asynchronous learning, concept mapping
Library and Information Science
The characteristics and nature of asynchronous learning, in a graduate level, core course, Knowledge Structures I, are first discussed in the context of digital libraries, the twenty-first century learner, and a professional program of study. Strategies used to facilitate and assess asynchronous learning such as concept mapping and the Learning Showcase are introduced and examples shown.
Anita Coleman. "Facilitating and Assessing Asynchronous Learning: Concept Mapping, Digital Libraries, and the LIS Learning Showcase" Second Provost's Symposia on Assessment of Learning at the University of Arizona (2002).