Which e-Learning Technology is Right for me?

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Coldwell-Nelson, J.
Beekhuyzen, Jenine
Craig, A.
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Auer, M.
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2012
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The range of technologiesavailable to support teaching and learning in higher education continues to grow exponentially. There is a growing expectation for educators to be well informed and familiar with the many suitable technologies and systems that are available to be used for delivering courses online, and to complement classroom (face-to-face) education. Detailed evidence of the percep- tions and applications of the use of e-technologies is needed to inform not only teaching practice, but also policy devel- opment. These e-technologies need to be matched to peda- gogical styles in order for online teaching and learning to be successful. Based on 33 semi-structured interviews, this paper presents a study of staff experiences of e-technologies, using Chickering and Gamson's 'Seven Principles of Good Practice' to provide educators with information about the most appropriate e-technology to support their pedagogical aims.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (IJET)
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Information systems organisation and management
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