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Adult Learning in the Digital Age: Perspectives on Online by Jared Keengwe, Terry T. Kidd, Terry T. Kidd, Jared Keengwee

By Jared Keengwe, Terry T. Kidd, Terry T. Kidd, Jared Keengwee

As teachers circulation additional into the incorporation of twenty first century applied sciences in grownup schooling, a brand new paradigm of digitally-enriched mediated studying has emerged. Adult studying within the electronic Age: views on on-line applied sciences and results offers a accomplished framework of tendencies and matters concerning grownup studying for the facilitation of real studying within the age of electronic know-how. this crucial reference resource deals researchers, academicians, and practitioners a worthwhile compendium of specialist rules, useful reports, box demanding situations, and capability possibilities in regards to the development of recent technological and pedagogical innovations utilized in grownup education.

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2008). What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction. Computers & Education, 50(4), 1103–1586. 12 KEy tErms And dEFInItIons Blended Learning: Brings together face-toface classroom experiences with creative uses of existing and emerging technologies. 0 (social networking) technologies. eLearning: Refers to making information, knowledge, and resources available online with the focus on the learner and learning, often enabled by the provision of VLEs.

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