Towards a theory of e-Learning :experiential e-Learning

  title={Towards a theory of e-Learning :experiential e-Learning},
  author={Colin Beard and John P. Wilson and Richard Mccarter},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality Leisure Sport \& Tourism Education},
E-learning is frequently technology-led rather than theory-led. In order to provide a deeper theoretical foundation for the development of e-learning, this case study uses a model developed from experiential learning theory as the practical basis for the design of an induction CD-Rom for students. In moving from a face-to-face experience to an electronic experience, video content was added to text-based induction handouts, with film and text carefully used to simulate a ‘real experience’ to… 

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