A Gradual Process for Integrating E-learning in a Higher Education Institute
We describe an incremental process for integrating E-learning in a higher education institute. Our basic assumption is that the burden of integrating E-learning lies mainly on the shoulders of the teachers. We suggest a process based on XML technologies that enables the teachers to: (1) separate content from presentation and concentrate on content (2) develop learning materials incrementally and implement easily at each stage (3) reuse any learning materials they have already prepared (4) reuse learning materials prepared by other teachers. In this paper we describe the process along with the various roles of each of the following: the technology, the support technical team, the individual teacher and the evolving community of practice.
|XML, incremental development, reusability|
|The New Educational Benefits of ICT in Higher Education|
|Organisation||Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences|
Kanovsky, I, & Or-Bach, R. (2004). A Gradual Process for Integrating E-learning in a Higher Education Institute. In The New Educational Benefits of ICT in Higher Education. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/1238