Relearning to E-learn: Strategies for Electronic Learning and Knowledge
Communications and learning in the electronic environment are examined in this work. Many of the problems associated with the newness of e-learning are addressed and juxtaposed to the diverse approaches to e-learning adopted by the academic, government, corporate, and community sectors. The argument that education is the fundamental purpose of e-learning is made, calling for an emphasis on human interaction rather than end goals. Organizations are advised to develop a clear rationale for adopting e-learning that takes into account the benefits and limitations of e-learning and focuses on process, not technology.
What is Electronic Learning?
The Elearning Marketplace
Promises and Pitfalls
From Comptetence to Capabilities
Dimensions of Knowledge
Generating Knowledge Through Learning
Individual Factors in Elearning Performance
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