The evolution of a cooperative work framework for e-Learning
Graham, Deryn (2009) The evolution of a cooperative work framework for e-Learning. The Journal of eWorking, 3 (2). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1872-3284
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This paper details the evolution of a Framework for e-Learning, to a Cooperative Work Framework for e-Learning, as presented at the IASK conference (Graham 2008a) and annotated accordingly. It begins by discussing the development of the original Framework for e-Learning, and how this study resulted in a further study investigating whether the use of Blended Learning could fulfill or at least accommodate some of the human requirements presently neglected by current e-Learning systems as identified by the original Framework. This second study evaluated an in-house system: Teachmat, and discussed how the use of Blended Learning had become increasingly prevalent as a result of the enhancement and expansion of Teachmat. It looked at the employment of Blended Learning and Teachmat’s relationship to human and pedagogical issues, as well as both the positive and negative implications of this reality. PESTE factors from Sociology were then applied to appraise the adoption of e-Learning, leading to the proposal of PESTE factors for educational software and e-Learning in particular. Finally, the study evolved to reconsider e-Learning in relation to a Cooperative Work Framework, revealing critical weakness in the fundamental nature of e-Learning and its consequent propensity for failure.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||cooperative work framework, e-learning, e-tutoring, e-moderation, PESTE factors|
|Subjects:||L Education > LB Theory and practice of education|
|Faculty / Department / Research Groups:||Faculty of Business > Department of Systems Management & Strategy|
|Last Modified:||14 Oct 2016 13:05|
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