Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models. JISC e-learning models study report
Mayes, T. and de Freitas, S. (2004) Review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models. JISC e-learning models study report. The Joint Information Systems Committee, London, UK.
This review is designed to inform practitioners, policy developers and other stakeholders who want to reflect more deeply upon their practice or gain a greater understanding about how theory and practice can be mapped together. It is argued that reforming practice requires transformations of understanding of principles that are assumed – sometimes implicitly – in the practices. This review offers a framework for understanding where a particular implementation of e-learning is positioned in the complex current landscape of technology-enhanced teaching in UK HE/FE. It does so by attempting to offer a set of questions to be posed of an e-learning development – the answers to which reveal the underlying pedagogic and pragmatic assumptions.
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