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Relearning to E-learn: Strategies for Electronic Learning and Knowledge

Relearning to E-learn by Marcus Bowles removes the ‘noise and hype’ surrounding the field of e-learning and encourages its strategic implementation within corporate and community settings.

‘The e-book is clearly the main product, enhanced by full colour, fully interactive material, rich in graphics, embedded links and extras such as glossary and acronyms lists, and easily updatable ... This title will be of interest to educators across the subject spectrum as well as to corporates keen to facilitate cost-effective, value-adding staff training and development.’ (Australian, 7/4/2004)

Contents include:

  • What is Electronic Learning?
  • The E-learning Marketplace
  • Promises and Pitfalls
  • From Competence to Capabilities
  • Dimensions of Knowledge
  • Generating Knowledge through Learning
  • Individual Factors in E-learning Performance
  • Toward Collaborative E-learning
  • Forces of Transformation
  • Organisational E-learning: Principles and Pressures
  • Transactions and E-service
  • Building Effective and Efficient E-learning
Publication Details
Name of Publisher: Melbourne University Press
Place of Publication: Carlton, Vic.
Resource Type: Monograph
ISBN: 0522851266
EISBN: 0522851304
Publication Year: 2004
Subject Covered: School management; Special education