I come to Seb Schmoller’s link to e-learning guides at the Learning and Teaching Support Network through e-learnspace.
I after get to his own article “Embedding the skills to teach online – is it technical or personality skills that are needed?” at OLDaily.
All 6 documents (the article and the guides for Senior Managers, Heads of Departments, Teachers, Learning Technologists and Support Staff) offer a reflection about the change of paradigm lying underneath e-teaching. Ok, you might not see it that way, as a change of paradigm, but at least consider e-learning is not presencial learning “technologyfied”. I’m sure the first step on going into e-learning, long before infrastructure, is this required change of mind.
For those having little (or no) resources to spoil, such as NGOs or other non-profit or for development organizations this is a must: corporations still can do accountancy engineering and consider it as losses or less benefit. Developing countries cannot afford this concept.
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2003) “On-line teaching: new paradigm?” In ICTlogy,
#2, November 2003. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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