Category Archives: e-learning

Connectivity, the answer to ending Ignorance and Separation

Connectivity, the answer to ending ignorance and separation Read also: 109 ideas for virtual learning: how open content will help close the digital divide Intertwingled: A compelling story of what is possible Applying the hot, new network theories to education, … Continue reading

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Review of Pedagogical Models and their use in eLearning

Read   This paper provides a review of pedagogical models and frameworks, focusing on those that are being used most extensively in an e-learning context. The introductory section outlines the purpose of the report, the main sources of data and … Continue reading

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Collaborative Creation of Teaching-Learning Sequences and an Atlas of Knowledge

Viewer The article is about a new online resource, a collaborative portal for teachers, which publishes a network of prerequisites for teaching/learning any concept or an activity. A simple and effective method of collaboratively constructing teaching-learning sequences is presented. The … Continue reading

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eLearning in the University – When will it really happen?

eLearning has enormous potential in education, and there is an urgent need to take stock of the possibilities that it offers. Despite this urgency, research on eLearning is still in a nascent stage and there is a degree of conceptual … Continue reading

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Turning up Critical Thinking in Discussion Boards

Read This paper adopts a constructivist view of learning. It seeks to explore the mechanisms behind knowledge construction and higher-order thinking in discussion board usage amongst a less traditional, increasingly growing student population of work-based, distance learners. Recent studies have … Continue reading

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Self Organisation and Virtual Learning

This is a presentation given to the JISC South West Regional Support Centre Summer Conference, in Weston Super-Mare, on June 16, 2009.

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Metodología i-AFIEL para medir la Innovación en e-Learning

Este artículo presenta y analiza la innovación en el marco del proyecto europeo Enfoques Innovadores para una Inclusión total en el eLearning (i-AFIEL) y, en especial, la metodología utilizada para medir la innovación en proyectos de e-learning desarrollados por la … Continue reading

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Innovation in Distance Education

Evolved distance learning – particularly from the open and distance universities’ perspective – has massively maintained its position and most of its prestige. The response to the demand for modernisation and the digital challenge has been different from country to … Continue reading

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Individual Development through e-Learning

‘Individual Development through e-Learning’ within the Learnovation ‘Map of e-Learning Territories’ includes, on the one hand, the entire spectrum of technology-enhanced learning, mainly at home (but also beyond), but without substantial mediation by formal Education and Training (E&T) institutions. It … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learning in Inter-Organizational Development through e-Learning

Organisational learning has been widely acknowledged as holding the key for companies to survive and prosper. Research and literature on organisational learning has focused primarily on intra-organisational learning processes. However, during the past decade, a growing number of organisational learning … Continue reading

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