Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Lecture Notes in Informatics


Informatik bewegt: Informatik 2002 - 32. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.v. (GI), 30. September - 3.Oktober 2002 in Dortmund. P-19, 64-82 (2002).

GI, Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
2002


Editors

Sigrid E. Schubert (ed.), Bernd Reusch (ed.), Norbert Jesse (ed.)


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Contents

Automating e-learning: the higher education revolution

James C. Taylor

Abstract


As educational institutions throughout the world increasingly offer courses via the Internet, a global lifelong learning economy is emerging in which institutions must compete for students worldwide. This competition is especially noticeable in the offering of postgraduate courses aimed at satisfying the continuing professional development needs of practitioners in a wide range of disciplines. Fifth generation distance education (The Intelligent Flexible Learning Model), incorporating the use of automated response systems and reusable learning objects' databases, has the potential to provide students with a valuable pedagogical experience at significantly lower cost than traditional approaches to distance education and conventional face-to-face education. Such e-learning initiatives will be irresistible to students, politicians and the business community alike - the higher education revolution is inexorable.


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