Re-examining the Critical Success Factors of e-learning from the EU perspective

@article{Lin2011ReexaminingTC,
  title={Re-examining the Critical Success Factors of e-learning from the EU perspective},
  author={Chih-cheng Lin and Zheng Ma and Robin Chiu Pin Lin},
  journal={The International Journal of Management Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={44-62}
}
The paper explores the critical factors of the implementation of e-learning in higher institutions from the EU perspective, by comparing e-learning in two cultural contexts: the UK and Taiwan. The study employs qualitative methods to illustrate the e-learning implementation panorama, by interviewing top management groups, leaders and strategic planners, hardware and software experts, instructional designers, participants from different schools, and course participants (including students). This… 

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