The Evolution of E-Learning

Bisoux, Tricia
January 2007
BizEd;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p22
The article presents the views of educators and experts in online education regarding the accelerating developments in online education. These experts see great improvements but they acknowledge that some caution is warranted. Michael Rappa states that courses without high levels of faculty engagement and student involvement can only provide less ideal learning experiences to the students. Robert Zemsky believes that most faculty have little interest on the operation of online technologies.


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