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Factors mediating the routinisation of e-learning within a traditional university education environment

Hameed, S., Badii, A., Mellor, J., Patel, N. and Cullen, A.J. (2007) Factors mediating the routinisation of e-learning within a traditional university education environment. International Journal of Electronic Business, 5 (2). 160–175. ISSN 1741-5063

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1504/IJEB.2007.012971

Abstract/Summary

Technology-enhanced or Computer Aided Learning (e-learning) can be institutionally integrated and supported by learning management systems or Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) to offer efficiency gains, effectiveness and scalability of the e-leaning paradigm. However this can only be achieved through integration of pedagogically intelligent approaches and lesson preparation tools environment and VLE that is well accepted by both the students and teachers. This paper critically explores some of the issues relevant to scalable routinisation of e-learning at the tertiary level, typically first year university undergraduates, with the teaching of Relational Data Analysis (RDA), as supported by multimedia authoring, as a case study. The paper concludes that blended learning approaches which balance the deployment of e-learning with other modalities of learning delivery such as instructor–mediated group learning etc offer the most flexible and scalable route to e-learning but that this requires the graceful integration of platforms for multimedia production, distribution and delivery through advanced interactive spaces that provoke learner engagement and promote learning autonomy and group learning facilitated by a cooperative-creative learning environment that remains open to personal exploration of constructivist-constructionist pathways to learning.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:15255
Uncontrolled Keywords:e-learning, computer-aided learning, CAL, online learning, technology-enhanced learning, learning management systems, virtual learning environments, VLA, blended learning, routinisation, pedagogic business models, pedagogic practice logics, learning autonomy, electronic business, e-business, support tools, educational software, undergraduate level, universities, United Kingdom, UK.

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