Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

E-Learning

Instructional Design, Organizational Strategy and Management

Edited by Boyka Gradinarova

Technical University of Varna, Bulgaria

In this book, we can read about new technologies that enhance training and performance; discover new, exciting ways to design and deliver content; and have access to proven strategies, practices and solutions shared by experts. The authors of this book come from all over the world; their ideas, studies, findings and experiences are beneficial contributions to enhance our knowledge in the field of e-learning. The book is divided into three sections, and their respective chapters refer to three macro areas. The first section of the book covers Instructional Design of E-learning, considering methodology and tools for designing e-learning environments and courseware. Also, there are examples of effective ways of gaming and educating. The second section is about Organizational Strategy and Management. The last section deals with the new Developments in E-learning Technology, emphasizing subjects like knowledge building by mobile e-learning systems, cloud computing and new proposals for virtual learning environments/platforms.

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E-LearningInstructional Design, Organizational Strategy and ManagementEdited by Boyka Gradinarova

Published: October 21st 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59896

ISBN: 978-953-51-2188-6

Copyright year: 2015

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16487 Total Chapter Downloads

10 Crossref Citations

4 Web of Science Citations

12 Dimensions Citations

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1. Support for Learning of Dynamic Performance of Electrical Rotating Machines by Virtual Models

By Viliam Fedák and Pavel Záskalický

1191

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2. Effective eLearning and eTeaching — A Theoretical Model

By Maureen Snow Andrade

1030

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3. Theoretical Perspectives of Hands-On Educational Practices — From a Review of Psychological Theories to Block Magic and INF@NZIA DIGI.Tales 3.6 Projects

By Orazio Miglino, Michela Ponticorvo and Luigia Simona Sica

766

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4. The Internet Implementation of the Hierarchical Aggregate Assessment Process with the “Cluster” Wi-Fi E-Learning and EAssessment Application — A Particular Case of Teamwork Assessment

By Martin Lesage, Gilles Raîche, Martin Riopel, Frédérick Fortin and Dalila Sebkhi

569

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5. Personalization and User Modeling in Adaptive E-Learning Systems for Schools

By Todorka Glushkova

870

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6. A Knowledge-building Process in Interaction-based E-Learning

By Hye-Jung Lee

791

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7. Learner Modeling Based on Bayesian Networks

By Anouar Tadlaoui Mouenis, Aammou Souhaib and Khaldi Mohamed

663

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8. Study of the Assessment Criteria on e-Learning Websites

By Kuei-Chih K.C. Chuang and Mei Chuan Tsai

502

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9. Physics Learning in Primary and Secondary Schools with Computer Games—An Example — Angry Birds

By Robert Repnik, Dominik Robič and Igor Pesek

1206

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10. Challenges of Business Simulation Games — A New Approach of Teaching Business

By Andrej Jerman Blažič and Franc Novak

1305

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11. Using Phonically Based E-books to Develop Reading Fluency

By Charles Potter

752

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12. Quality of Undergraduate Distance Courses in Brazil — The Points of View of Human Resource Managers from Industrial Organizations

By Ana Alice Vilas Boas and Gustavo Henrique Nogueira de Andrade

554

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13. Increasing Access to Higher Education Through E-Learning

By Susan L. Renes

755

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14. Differences in Perceived Benefit, Use, and Learner Satisfaction between Open Source LMS and Proprietary LMS

By Ahmad Rafi, Khairulanuar Samsudin and Hafizul Fahri Hanafi

1050

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15. Model for Blended Supervision of Post-Graduate Students

By Mildred Atieno Ayere

900

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16. Leadership in Implementing Technology-Enhanced Learning in Educational Institutions

By John Wall

712

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17. Considerations on Barriers to Effective E-learning toward Accessible Virtual Campuses

By Salvador Otón, Héctor R. Amado-Salvatierra, José Ramón Hilera, Eva García and Antonio García

667

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18. Barriers to e-Learning in SMEs — Are they Still There?

By Andrée Roy

635

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19. E-Learning Platforms for Professional Training Providers

By Nicoleta Nicolau Gudanescu

716

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20. Improving E-Learning in SMEs through Cloud Computing and Scenarios

By Ileana Hamburg

853

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