Strategies for Embedding e-Learning in Traditional Universities : Drivers and Barriers

@inproceedings{MacKeogh2009StrategiesFE,
  title={Strategies for Embedding e-Learning in Traditional Universities : Drivers and Barriers},
  author={Kay MacKeogh and Seamus Fox},
  year={2009}
}
This paper addresses the question: how can e-learning be embedded in traditional universities so that it contributes to the transformation of the university? The paper examines e-learning strategies in higher education, locating the institutional context within the broader framework of national and international policy drivers which link e-learning with the achievement of strategic goals such as widening access to lifelong learning, and upskilling for the knowledge and information society. The… CONTINUE READING
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