1. E- LEARNING: DEFINITION

January 11, 2013

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E-LEARNING is getting more and more popular both in traditional education and business. In the information era, e-training proves to be a very effective tool of educating employees and, as a result, increasing efficiency of particular departments and companies in general. Increasing popularity of e-learning can be proven by the fact that it belongs to […]

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2. THEORIES OF LEARNING IN E-LEARNING

January 11, 2013

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There exist many different conceptual frameworks for describing the relationships among learning theories, pedagogical strategies, instructional designs and information and communication technologies (Dede 2008). E-learning, in general, does not change the fundamental process of learning (Bates 2004). However, research into how people learn online is in its infancy and further research is needed to provide […]

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3. E-LEARNING PEDAGOGY

January 11, 2013

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There exist many different conceptual frameworks for describing the relationships among learning theories, pedagogical strategies, instructional designs and information and communication technologies (Dede 2008). E-learning, in general, does not change the fundamental process of learning (Bates 2004). However, research into how people learn online is in its infancy and further research is needed to provide […]

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4. E-LEARNING INFRASTRUCTURE

January 11, 2013

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Ultimately, we need to develop e-learning environments as in e-learning infrastructure; that are informed by the way people teach and learn, and that support different learning perspectives and pedagogies. A model for learning activity design adapted from Beetham, 2004. The term “infrastructure” is highly contextual in its meaning. In e-learning contexts “e-learning infrastructure”, “technical infrastructure”, […]

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5. E-LEARNING COMPONENTS

January 11, 2013

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As the world moves toward a more knowledge-based society, it is clear that e-learning tools offer collaborative, time and cost advantages over more traditional centers. If eLearning is to have an effective future beyond much of the hype and experimentation that reflects much of the existing literature, it is vital that its theoretical underpinnings be […]

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6. REFLECTIONS

January 11, 2013

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a)      E-LEARNING As from a student’s perspective: The overall opinion as me, as of a student is that online courses offer a convenient way of learning, but some course aspects need better handling. Without any doubt, there are aspects of the traditional way of learning, which are irreplaceable, e.g. the direct contact with the teacher […]

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