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Developing an e-learning quality model for higher education

Developing an e-learning quality model for higher education
Developing an e-learning quality model for higher education
This research focuses on the need to design an e-learning system for initial teacher
training in Egyptian higher education. Through examination of the literature, a
model of design and evaluation is proposed based on four motivations for using
technology in higher education: improving the quality of learning; improving
access to education and training; reducing the costs of education; and improving
the cost-effectiveness of education. The proposed model is based upon researchers’
reports of implementation and evaluation of the quality of their e-learning systems
for the higher education students and other stakeholders. Higher education
institutions use e-learning systems because of the challenges they face such as: the
rapid developments in information and communication technology (ICT); a shift in
learners’ expectations; changing demographics of learners; the rapid development
of subject knowledge and decreasing financial support. These are represented by
the growing agendas including: flexibility; interaction; personalisation,
internationalisation and equality of opportunity
e-learning, quality, model, tanta, vle, he
Abd El-Gawad, Tamer Sameer Abd El-Badea
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Woollard, John
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Abd El-Gawad, Tamer Sameer Abd El-Badea
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Woollard, John
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Abd El-Gawad, Tamer Sameer Abd El-Badea and Woollard, John (2009) Developing an e-learning quality model for higher education. INSPIRE 2009, Southampton, UK. 07 Apr 2009. 14 pp .

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Abstract

This research focuses on the need to design an e-learning system for initial teacher
training in Egyptian higher education. Through examination of the literature, a
model of design and evaluation is proposed based on four motivations for using
technology in higher education: improving the quality of learning; improving
access to education and training; reducing the costs of education; and improving
the cost-effectiveness of education. The proposed model is based upon researchers’
reports of implementation and evaluation of the quality of their e-learning systems
for the higher education students and other stakeholders. Higher education
institutions use e-learning systems because of the challenges they face such as: the
rapid developments in information and communication technology (ICT); a shift in
learners’ expectations; changing demographics of learners; the rapid development
of subject knowledge and decreasing financial support. These are represented by
the growing agendas including: flexibility; interaction; personalisation,
internationalisation and equality of opportunity

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Submitted date: April 2009
Published date: 8 April 2009
Venue - Dates: INSPIRE 2009, Southampton, UK, 2009-04-07 - 2009-04-07
Keywords: e-learning, quality, model, tanta, vle, he

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Local EPrints ID: 65957
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/65957
PURE UUID: 091d7867-cefb-424d-9649-a485aaa81bcb

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Date deposited: 04 Nov 2009
Last modified: 13 Mar 2020 17:32

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