LMS usage data and value

Warger (2003) (amongst others) makes the claim Best yet, the learning materials and student progress data that accumulate through use of the CMS become an ever-increasing source value to institutions of higher education. Questions that arise Does the progress data actually provide anything useful for organisations? Is it the only source of such data? What

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Evaluating the drivers for LMS adoption

Coates, James and Baldwin (2005) identify/propose 5 drivers behind the adoption of LMS Means of increasing the efficiency of teaching Promise of enriched student learning The drive of new student expectations Competitive pressure between institutions A response to massive and increasing demands for greater access to higher education A culture shift towards the control and

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Rationale for the Web 2.0 Course Site approach

Pittard (2004) talks about the UK government’s plans for e-learning (my bad description). It includes the following It prioritises seven strategic action areas that are necessary to embed elearning effectively across all sectors: leading sustainable e-learning implementation; supporting innovation in teaching and learning; developing the education workforce; unifying learner support; aligning assessment; building a better

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Rationale for the Web 2.0 Course Site approach

Pittard (2004) talks about the UK government’s plans for e-learning (my bad description). It includes the following It prioritises seven strategic action areas that are necessary to embed elearning effectively across all sectors: leading sustainable e-learning implementation; supporting innovation in teaching and learning; developing the education workforce; unifying learner support; aligning assessment; building a better

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