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gives a useful introduction to Action Learning for the beginner. The
website explains what Action Learning is and why one should use it.
It describes the role of the group and the facilitator. It also gives
the benefits and disadvantages that may arise in Action Learning. It
is a good introduction to the subject
hosts this site on Action Learning. It provides a free online course,
a newsletter, student and teacher materials, a seminar series and a
comment on the growing use of Action Learning
Action Learning Network (Ireland).
offers a variety of links for the Irish community interested and involved
in action research and learning.
This site is a Computers in Teaching Initiative website with links to
major British Universities. It focuses on communication and information
teaching practices and incorporates Action Learning into this syllabus.
It publishes an Active Learning guide twice a year and this free to
any member of British Higher Education. It also gives back issues and
a contents menu for all journals .
Journal of Interactive Media in Education. It is a good links site.
It provides online journals, reading materials and book reviews.
This is an ANBAR Action Learning site from the Global Accumulative Bibliography
of Action Learning. It is a useful site for beginners. Non-members can
log on for a free thirty-day trial.
This is another Global Accumulative Bibliography of Action Learning
site. It is a well-designed page with links to resources and review
articles. It also includes a link to Amazon.com, which has a suggested
reading list for the interested person. The Body of Knowledge link offers
links to a variety of different subject libraries. This provides extensive
information on a wide variety of educational mattersThis is another
important site for action learning.
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