Coordination, support and knowledge sharing associated with e-learning – where does your organisation fit?

A recent post summarised a paper that was taking some insights from the information systems discipline and applied it to the implementation of a LMS/VLE. This post draws on some insights from Alavi and Leidner (2001), an influential paper (208 citations on Google Scholar) from the information systems discipline. A paper that calls for IS

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The Ps framework

The following is a section of my thesis – chapter 2. As I get first drafts of this stuff done, I’m going to post it to the blog – where appropriate. This is the first. This section is the first major part of chapter 2 – the literature review. It explains the background of the

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"Blame the teacher" and its negative impact on learning and e-learning

The following post is sparked by reading Findlow (2008) as part of my PhD work. I’m about halfway through it and finding it very interesting. In particular, this post is sparked by the following paragraph from the paper The institutional counterpoint to this was the feeling expressed, implicitly or explicitly, by all the administrative staff

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