Pathology of Learning in Cyber Space
This book (Pathology of Learning in Cyber Space) is divided into seven chapters,
beginning with discussions of the main concepts of cyberspace, the relationship
between cyberspace and real space, learning and education. It describes the
relationship between cyberspace and real space, and presents capacities, judiciary,
and concepts related to cyberspace.
Cyber curricular education forms are then described in terms of teaching and
learning resources in cyberspace. The discussion presented in this book consists
of two main sections: The first section, outlines the objectives of training in
cyberspace at different levels, while the second section describes the injuries
caused by learning and training in cyberspace at different levels, and then
highlights how cyber training is handled and receives feedback.
Lastly, the authors provide a summary of the topics presented. Most other discussions
are general and present the overall benefits of e-learning and e-teaching
that is formally carried out in universities and schools through cyberspace.
But, unfortunately, none of them fully explores the learning, education
and cyber-training resources which should be used by individuals, groups,
organizations, governments, and others in pursuing to achieve their goals.
In addition to this, they do not pay much attention to the challenges and injuries
caused by learning and teaching in cyberspace. This has led the authors to
investigate these and other issues related to learning and training in cyberspace
more widely and comprehensively, and also consider them beyond official formal
learning and education. Most importantly they address issues such as the injuries
and challenges that, in different ways and at different levels result from learning
and education in this space.
As such this book goes beyond simple and repetitive
issues that have been raised concerning cyberspace, and underlines the challenges
it poses. Although intended for scholars and students from the fields of science
education, information technology, sociology and educational technology as well
as interested parties and related authorities, this book is also helpful for people
wishing to better understand new topics, such as cyberspace, learning and training
in cyberspace, and related issues.
It is of interest to a wide range of enthusiasts,
with different educational, specialist and executive backgrounds, including academics,
policymakers, managers and planners from educational and cultural institutions