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It is widely recognized that online and e-learning is no longer an exclusive approach used only in distance education and in isolation from traditional education programmes. A real difficulty facing educators and trainers is how to integrate these new learning methods and embed them in established and existing forms of learning, teaching or training.
This book forms a serious, in-depth study of the subject and proposes that e-learning is not simply a matter of 'digitizing' traditional materials, but involves a new approach, which must take into account pedagogical, technological and organizational features to form a well-designed education system.
A practical focus is maintained throughout, with advice on implementation and case studies drawn from the contributors' considerable experience.
Integrated E-Learning is essential reading for anyone wanting to implement, design, develop or deliver e-learning or training courses.
|Notes on the editors|
|Series editor's foreword|
|An introduction to integrated e-learning||1|
|1||Instructional design for integrated e-learning||13|
|2||Designing integrated collaborative e-learning||24|
|3||Performance assessment in integrated e-learning||39|
|4||Virtual business e-learning: an approach to integrating learning and working||51|
|5||Learning technologies in e-learning: an integrated domain model||64|
|6||Educational Modelling Language||80|
|7||Interface design for digital courses||100|
|8||Usability evaluation of integrated e-learning||112|
|9||Work processes for the development of integrated e-learning courses||126|
|10||Learning objects: are they the answer to the knowledge economy's predicament?||139|
|11||Management and organization of integrated e-learning||151|
|12||Coaching and training in integrated electronic learning environments (IELEs)||164|
|13||Implementing integrated e-learning: lessons learnt from the OUNL case||176|
|14||Evaluating integrated e-learning||187|