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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

Volume 6, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Meeting the Training Needs of SMEs: Is e-Learning a Solution?

    Andrée Roy & Louis Raymond

    Training is one of the basic means of human resources development in business organizations, aiming to motivate employees, to develop their potential and to help them perform better. The end of the... More

    pp. 89-98

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  2. Measuring Success in e-Learning--A Multi-Dimensional Approach

    Malcolm Bell & Stephen Farrier

    In 1999 Northumbria University published a strategy document entitled "Towards the web-enabled University". This prefaced an assessment of need and of available platforms for developing... More

    pp. 99-110

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  3. e-Motional Learning in Primary Schools: FearNot! An Anti-Bullying Intervention Based on Virtual Role-Play with Intelligent Synthetic Characters

    Sibylle Enz, Carsten Zoll, Natalie Vannini, Wolfgang Schneider, Lynne Hall, Ana Paiva & Ruth Aylett

    Addressing the problems of bullying in schools, this paper presents a novel and highly innovative pedagogical approach, building on the immersive power of virtual role-play. Educational role-play... More

    pp. 111-118

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  4. Engaging the YouTube Google-Eyed Generation: Strategies for Using Web 2.0 in Teaching and Learning

    Peter Duffy

    YouTube, Podcasting, Blogs, Wikis and RSS are buzz words currently associated with the term Web 2.0 and represent a shifting pedagogical paradigm for the use of a new set of tools within education.... More

    pp. 119-130

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  5. Is a Blended Learning Approach Suitable for Mature, Part-Time Finance Students?

    Julia Burgess

    Blended learning is a pedagogy that is sometimes heralded as the answer to some of the problems which part time students face. Creating a module for part-time students with some e-learning elements... More

    pp. 131-138

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  6. Behind the Scenes with OpenLearn: The Challenges of Researching the Provision of Open Educational Resources

    Stephen Godwin, Patrick McAndrew & Andreia Santos

    Web-enabled technology is now being applied on a large scale. In this paper we look at open access provision of teaching and learning leading to many users with varying patterns and motivations for... More

    pp. 139-148

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  7. Cultural Impact on Online Education Quality Perception

    Manuela Milani

    Numerous stakeholders in the field of education have been working on the development and extent of the use of ICT in different learning communities (higher education, vocational training) and in... More

    pp. 149-160

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