e-learning innovation through the implementation of an internet supported learning environment

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Hardaker, Glenn ; Smith, David C. (2000)
  • Publisher: International Forum of Educational Technology & Society
  • Subject: L1 | QA75

The paper provides an insight into the changing nature of the learning process through the adoption of\ud interactive new media solutions into a traditional University Campus. The use of software from Blackboard\ud Inc. has provided the foundations for building both a complex and dynamic learning community at\ud Huddersfield University Business School. The specific focus of the research project is on student adoption\ud and utilisation of a Web-based learning perspectives.
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