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Asynchronous Computer Conferencing is ideal for collaborative learning

by Sven Åke Bjørke, March 2014 Asynchronous computer conferencing, social constructivism and collaborative distance learning are important concepts in e-learning. Asynchronous online learning activities increase flexibility and access. It may also enhance the quality of learning. Introduction  “The only constant … Continue reading

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Problems and challenges in online tutoring

By Åke Bjørke  March 2014 Good online education can be a driving force for quality enhancement, course development procedures, internationalisation of studies and joint degrees between networks of educational institutions. However, there are many problems and challenges. A reliable electricity … Continue reading

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Pedagogical approaches in online education

Sven Åke Bjørke, February 2014 When discussing pedagogical approaches in e-learning, we usually end up in debating instructivist vs constructivist ways of doing things. Here is “information in a nutshell”, with no ambition of covering the whole issue. In pedagogy in … Continue reading

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Online education – a driving force for quality in education

Sven Åke Bjørke, 25 February 2014  Introduction Online education can be a driving force for quality in education, standardised course  development procedures and internationalisation of studies and joint degrees Experience demonstrates that good online education can increase capacity considerably at … Continue reading

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