Tim L. Wentling

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With the growth in popularity of online instruction has also come the concern for accountability and the need to make adjustments and improvements in online programs. This paper describes the conceptualization and development of an evaluation system that can be used to judge online instructional efforts. The evaluation system addresses concerns of both(More)
Recent developments in pervasive computing have enabled new features for collaboration and instrumentation in educational technology systems. An infrastructure for the integration of components which support interactive pervasive education aids the development of these features. The e-Fuzion system contains the necessary components and management facilities(More)
A meta-analysis of 15 major e-Learning reports provides a basic insight on what government, business, and professional organizations are saying about e-Learning. Findings, though basic, look at the purpose of the e-Learning reports, features of e-Learning and the trends affecting e-Learning. E-Learning sometimes referred to as online learning, web-based(More)
E-learning is here to stay as the fast changing pace of technology, the shortening product development cycles, lack of skilled personnel, competitive global economy, the shift from the industrial to the knowledge era, the migration towards a value chain integration and the extended enterprise (Mcrea, Gay & Bacon, 2000), fuel it's strategic importance and(More)
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