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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Supporting Staff Using WebCT at the University of Birmingham in the UK

    Tracy Kent

    At the University of Birmingham, Information Services, together with the Staff Development Unit and the Learning Development Unit have been working together to set up a number of initiatives to... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. Evaluating Virtual Learning Environments: What Are We Measuring?

    Mary C. Dyson & Silvio Barreto Campello

    A basic framework is proposed to distinguish between the many ways in which Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) can be evaluated. This includes the purpose of the evaluation, the type of methods... More

    pp. 11-20

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  3. Cognitive Style and Attitudes towards Using Online Learning and Assessment Methods

    Martin Graff

    The studies described in this paper sought to investigate several forms of online learning and assessment methods in terms their efficacy in facilitating student learning. The studies also sought... More

    pp. 21-28

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  4. Biomedical Online Learning: The Route to Success

    Patricia J. Harvey, Barry Cookson, Elizabeth Meerabeau & Diana Muggleston

    The potential of the World Wide Web for rapid global communication is driving the creation of specifically tailored courses for employees, yet few practitioners have the necessary experience in on-... More

    pp. 29-34

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  5. Interactive Technology Impact on Quality Distance Education

    Samer Hijazi, Prosper Bernard, Michel Plaisent & Lassana Maguiraga

    This paper reports on a study to determine if existing technology is adequate for the delivery of quality distance education. The survey sample was 392 respondents from a non-traditional graduate... More

    pp. 35-44

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  6. Integrating Distributed Learning with Just-in-Context Knowledge Management

    Roy Williams

    This paper addresses some key design issues in e-learning, and its integration with knowledge management. The underlying premise is that the purpose of e-learning is useful knowledge, and that the ... More

    pp. 45-50

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