A Study into the Effects of eLearning on Higher Education
JUTLP Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1449-9789
The Internet is a technological development that has the potential to change not only the way society retains and accesses knowledge but also to transform and restructure traditional models of higher education, particularly the delivery and interaction in and with course materials and associated resources. Utilising the Internet to deliver eLearning initiatives has created expectations both in the business market and in higher education institutions. Indeed, eLearning has enabled universities to expand on their current geographical reach, to capitalise on new prospective students and to establish themselves as global educational providers. This paper examines the issues surrounding the implementation of eLearning into higher education, including the structure and delivery of higher education, the implications to both students and lecturers and the global impact on society.
Singh, G., O'Donoghue, J. & Worton, H. (2005). A Study into the Effects of eLearning on Higher Education. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2(1),.
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