By Bolanle A. Olaniran
Situations on winning E-Learning Practices within the constructed and constructing global: tools for the worldwide details economic climate offers eclectic debts of case reviews in numerous contexts of e-learning. This complex ebook offers severe insights for practitioners and bosses keen on the administration of information, details, and organizational improvement.
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Analyse This!!! Qualitative Data 21 Development and Evaluation of a Generic Re-Purposable E-Learning Object on Data Analysis • Opportunities for learners to make choices or manipulate elements (NB: choices must be meaningful and relate to the learning goals). Analyse This!!! offers the learner a choice of paths rather than an inflexible path taking through the learning object by simply following a ‘next’ arrow or ‘proceed to next page’. Smith (2004) advises that an inflexible path does not give the learner ‘ownership’ of the learning process.
And is pertinent to the areas of e-learning and mobile learning. Analyse This!!! ch002 Copyright © 2010, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. uk/analysethis/), to help students develop data analysis skills for coursework studies, projects, and dissertations. It includes quantitative and qualitative data analysis, with some practical examples and advice on effectively analysing data. The project team identified that research methods and data analysis is included in a wide range of subject disciplines taught by many staff across Manchester Metropolitan University and could relate to a specific piece of assessed course work, supervision of project work, support given for dissertation writing and for students undertaking post-graduate degrees by research.
Coupled with this is the relative infancy of research on pedagogical issues arising from the changing nature of the student population – do diverse students need a different approach in terms of content delivery and presentation? Haggis and Pouget (2002) noted that this area has not as yet been widely investigated, this is certainly changing but work needs to continue if we are to better understand the pedagogic needs of a diverse student population. Students needs have changed and therefore it would not be unreasonable to explore what is taught, how it is taught and how learning is to be assessed.
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