Taking over someone else's e-learning design: challenges trigger change in e-learning beliefs and practices

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Scott, Karen M.;
  • Publisher: Research in Learning Technology
  • Journal: Research in Learning Technology (issn: 2156-7077, eissn: 2156-7069)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/rlt.v22.23362
  • Subject: longitudinal research | Education | reflection | e-learning sustainability | L | e-learning sustainability; e-learning beliefs and practices; reflection; longitudinal research | learning technology; education; higher education; health professional education | e-learning beliefs and practices

As universities invest in the development of e-learning resources, e-learning sustainability has come under consideration. This has largely focused on the challenges and facilitators of organisational and technological sustainability and scalability, and professional de... View more
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