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    • Building Basic Skills for E-Learning: Adults With Developmental Disabilities Go Online 

      Van de Keere, Rhonda (2006-07-12)
      Adults with developmental disabilities are often excluded from participating in a variety of online activities, including e-learning, which are part of everyday life in our digital, knowledge-based society. Numerous barriers ...
    • The Future of E-Learning 

      Dron, Jon; Anderson, Terry (2016-06-23)
      This is not the first attempt to predict the future of e-learning and our first confident prediction is that it will not be the last. Our intent in this chapter is to focus less on the digital technologies involved and ...
    • The Use of Whiteboards in Synchronous Online Drop-In Tutorials in Distance Delivered Courses 

      Shaw, Lawton (2008-03-14)
      Online whiteboard technology has seen limited application in the practice of distance education. This technology is particularly suited to disciplines that are communicated and taught visually and symbolically, which ...
    • Using Second Life to promote students’ engagement 

      Burkle, Martha (2010-03-16)
      This presentation will discuss the challenges and possibilities of using Second Life as a platform to learn ‘hands–on’ skills in a polytechnic environment, and the opportunities that this social software brings to a ...

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