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 Title: E-learning Authors: Batiha, KhaledAl Salaimeh, Safwan Keywords: e-learning'sorganizationcomputer literacyevaluationlearning module Issue Date: 2007 Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA Abstract: E-learning means learning via electronic means and is therefore an all-embracing term covering learning via an electronic device. The "expectations" and "realities" for each of the delivery mechanisms within the electronic arena vary greatly for not just the learners themselves, but also the site providers. Because of this, each of these learning systems has vastly different design principles, which is not always understood by those unfamiliar with technology. What is appropriate for a CD-ROM off-line system is generally inappropriate for an on- line internet system. So when designing an e-learning system it is important to understand how the information is to be accessed by the learner. This paper will identify and suggest some ways to avoid e-learning's pitfalls and reap its rewards. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/108 ISSN: 1313-048X Appears in Collections: Volume 1 Number 1

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