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15 August 2013

New E-Book: Rethinking Educational Ethnography: Researching on-line communities and interactions

By Hernández Hernández, F., Fendler, R., & Sancho Gil, J. M.(Eds.). (2013). Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona - Dipòsit Digital. http://hdl.handle.net/2445/44009

Table of Contents

Educational ethnography in a multi-sited field Fernando Hernández-Hernández

Ethnography on IT-based learning contexts: A matter of blended methodology and blended learning. Karen Borgnakke.

Presenting a hybrid course design to make ethnography work: leveraging e-learning tools to complement physical presence in intercultural contexts Simone Schlichting-Artur.

Creating a Virtual Community of Practice for PreService Teachers: The Virtual Fieldwork Sequence (VFS) Project at the Math Forum Wesley Shumar.

³You do the Letters, I Take the Mouse.² Accounts of Situated Cognition and Cooperation Through ICT use in Classrooms, Christoph Maeder.

An ethnographic approach to researching students¹ experiences of silence in university classes, Fernando Hernández-Hernández & Rachel Fendler.

Sketches for a conceptualization of dramatic autoethnography in educational research, Delfim Paulo Ribeiro.

Epistemological and methodological challenges in the field of research in education and digital culture Eliane Schlemmer, Daniel de Queiroz Lopes, Rosane Kreusburg Molina.

Rethinking Educational Ethnography: Researching on-line communities and interactions. Final remarks Juana M. Sancho Gil.

Rethinking Educational Ethnography is an open access book, so you may download all articles here: Barcelona:

Universitat de Barcelona - Dipòsit Digital. http://hdl.handle.net/2445/44009