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Using Learning Delivery Systems Tools to Facilitate Executive Education Coursework

Journal of Educational Technology Volume 3, Number 2, ISSN 0973-0559


There is a number of proprietary and open source Learning Delivery Systems (LDSs) available for the use of Instructors today. Though each have their own protocols, they all still share an overlapping and common tool set. This article provides a case study describing how to apply some of the common tools found in LDSs in the delivery of course in an executive level, international program that is taught in the students' non-native language. Designed for the practitioner, the article describes how an Instructor can apply these tools for maximum benefit to executive level students for whom language issues may be an impediment for their maximum learning. The article also lays out a schedule for the Instructor to assist them in the integration of the tools before, during, and after the delivery of the course.


McAliney, P. (2006). Using Learning Delivery Systems Tools to Facilitate Executive Education Coursework. Journal of Educational Technology, 3(2), 11-15. Retrieved September 27, 2020 from .

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