International Journal of Excellence in e-Learning


ISSN: 1996-871X
Volume: 1 Issue: 2

Scholarly Viewpoint
Moving into the Realm of Personalisation


Prof. Rozhan M. Idrus
Chief Editor

Personalisation - that is the keyword for my viewpoint. We have yet to produce anything spectacular as far as e-learning is concerned and I have been saying this for some time; and I will stick to it, until proven otherwise. The problem is that e-learning has ...

Articles
  • ASYNC IS A SYNCH: WHAT MALAYSIAN ADULT LEARNERS HAVE TO SAY?

    ASYNC IS A SYNCH: WHAT MALAYSIAN ADULT LEARNERS HAVE TO SAY? The integration of computer mediated communication (CMC) in course offerings in institutions of higher ...


  • eMentoring -The Future of Online Learner Support.

    eMentoring -The Future of Online Learner Support. eMentoring, in the form of live, human online mentoring, is extending opportunities for educational pra...


  • A Model for Assessing Online Learning.

    A Model for Assessing Online Learning. This article discusses the challenge of defining and assessing learning outcomes and the opportunities ...


  • Modelling Mobile Learning Prospects for Digital Scholarship in Higher Education: The Case of University of Botswana.

    Modelling Mobile Learning Prospects for Digital Scholarship in Higher Education: The Case of University of Botswana. Mobile phones have been adopted at a very fast pace in developing countries, particularly among student...


  • Effective Online Teaching and Learning: A Question of Alignment.

    Effective Online Teaching and Learning: A Question of Alignment. While higher education institutions have flocked to implement online learning systems, many have experi...


  • EFMD CEL Programme Accreditation for Technology-Enhanced Learning - Lessons Learned

    EFMD CEL Programme Accreditation for Technology-Enhanced Learning - Lessons Learned 1. Introduction
    The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and the Swiss Centre for Innovations in Learning ( scil ) have jointly set up the "Programme accreditation for te...


Book Review
Women's Literacy and Information and Communication Technologies: Lessons that experience has taught us

According to UNESCO Institute for Statistics, there are 774 millions illiterate adults in the world, of ..

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