All news tagged with e-learning

Published: Friday, 5 October 2012
Latest edition of E-xcellence Manual on quality assessment published

The newest version of the E-xcellence Manual entitled "Quality Assessment for E-learning: a Benchmarking Approach" was launched at the 25th EADTU Anniversary Conference in Pafos/Cyprus. This manual is the main product of a suite of EU funded projects undertaken under the auspices of EADTU: E-xcellence (2005-2006), E-xcellence plus (2008-2009) and E-xcellence Next (2011-2012). The overall aim of these projects has been to develop a methodology and supporting resources for the quality assurance of e-learning in higher education.

Swedish virtual school for Swedish students in and outside of Sweden

Published: Wednesday, 29 June 2011

The Swedish virtual school Sofia Distansundervisning (in English: Sofia Distance Learning) offers full-time e-learning to students in grades 6-9 through the virtual learning environment Firstclass. It complies with the compulsory school curriculum and assessment criteria.

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e-learning, Firstclass, Russia, Sweden, virtual school
Published: Friday, 13 May 2011

Sara Bernard, writing in MindShift recently, investigates the requirements for virtual school teachers.In her article Sara interviews Maureen Cottrell, a science teacher at iHigh Virtual Academy, a fully-accredited virtual public high school in San Diego, California. Maureen describes her experience and the advantages and drawbacks of online learning.

drawbacks of e-learning, e-learning, learning methods

E-Learning Summit publishes Manifesto

Published: Monday, 31 January 2011

The results of discussions by the delegates at the European e-learning Summit, organised by Learning Light with support from learndirect and Creativesheffield and held in Sheffield (17 - 19 November 2010), have been published in the form of a manifesto for e-learning. The manifesto is intended to help delegates pursue dialogue with their national governments to establish a single, independent and impartial body representing the corporate e-learning sector. Read more about this manifesto.

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e-learning, policy
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