Report on “Achieving Success in Internet-Supported Learning”

http://www.a-hec.org/e-learning_study.html

This report by Rob Abel aims to detail some of the “Common Factors and Best Practices of Institutions that have Been Successful at e-Learning” and serve as a counterpoint to last year’s more negative “Thwarted Innovation” report by Zemsky and Massy.

I’m sure some will take issue with it, but many of its findings seem reasonable enough – institutions that “do well” at elearning see it as critical to their missions and have organized and resourced accordingly. A few suprises too – seemingly contrary to conventional wisdom, the largest portion of ‘elearning’ at these ‘successful’ institutions is fully online courses and programs, not ‘blendid’ or ‘hybrid’ courses, which typically are portrayed as the easier half-step. Seen via Jane Knight’s elearning Centre. – SWL

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Report on “Achieving Success in Internet-Supported Learning”

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  1. Achieving Success in Internet-Supported Learning in Higher Education

    Die komplette Studie umfasst 60 Seiten, die Summary immerhin noch 19, aber das Wichtigste sind die ersten drei, auf denen der Autor seine Ergebnisse zusammenfasst. Dabei geht es um eine Beschreibung der “Common Factors and Best Practices of Institution…

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