TITLE

E-learning: the next generation

AUTHOR(S)
Lloyd, Tom
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;May2004, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This year marks the start of the second generation of e-learning, says Steve Molyneux, the director of non-profit e-learning consultancy Learning Lab. Speaking at last month's Qualifications and Curriculum Authority conference on vocational e-learning and assessment, Molyneux argued that the first phase of e-learning consisted of taking paper-based, instructor-led courses and translating them into electronic versions. He believes that the next phase of e-learning development will see much more dynamic, interactive courses, which will make better use of the available technology.
ACCESSION #
13135791

 

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