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Graduated e-Teaching Levels in Higher Education

Journal: Global eLearning Journal (Vol.2, No. 1)

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Page : 1-8

Keywords : e-Teaching; student development; learning outcome optimization;

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Rapid change has characterized the advent of e-Teaching platforms. Increasingly instructors find themselves having to learn and adopt escalating levels of technological knowledge. The challenge lies in knowing the pros and cons of the various levels and perhaps most importantly anticipating future directions. These directions have the power to transform education from a pedagogical and content perspective, independent of technology. This manuscript attempts to illustrate the different higher education e-Teaching levels in practice today and also present a projection of possible future directions. Using this knowledge, instructors can evaluate their institution’s current e-Teaching profile and identify potential points of improvement and identified strength.

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