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International Journal on E-Learning

2002 Volume 1, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. E-learning: A Vehicle for E-Transformation or Trojan Horse for Enterprise? – Revisiting the Role of Public Higher Education Institutions

    Tony Clear, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

    This paper urges a rather more critical view of e-learning than that taken to date. It is argued that while Information Technology may enable transformation in the ways in which learning occurs,... More

    pp. 15-21

  2. A Practical Framework to Guide the Development and Delivery of Small-Medium Enterprise Management Courses by VLEs

    John White, Yeronga Institute of Technical and Further Education, Australia

    The purpose of this paper is to provide a framework or template of factors and considerations which need to be addressed when designing and developing courses for distribution through Virtual... More

    pp. 22-31

  3. Online Learning: Creating Systemic Organizational Change in Higher Education

    Debbie Naquin, Northern Virginia Community College, United States

    During this century, institutions of higher education will undergo drastic changes in response to modified internal and external demands. Effective college and university governance in the 21st... More

    pp. 33-40

  4. A Critical Analysis on the Evolution of E-Learning

    Drew Wesley, Community Information Toronto, Canada

    E-learning is evolving from a simple web-based tool into a complex managed environment. Built into new e-learning systems is the ability to monitor a learner's course selections and progress. In an... More

    pp. 41-48

  5. Dynamic E-Learning Settings Through Advanced Semantics: The Value Justification of a Knowledge Management Oriented Metadata Schema

    Miltiadis Lytras, Athanassia Pouloudi & Angeliki Poulymenakou, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

    Knowledge exploitation in the modern era is recognized as a critical phenomenon. Several approaches (Kim & Mauborgne, 1997; Neef, 1999; Carter & Scarbrough, 2001) reveal the potential of knowledge ... More

    pp. 49-61