A question of style and substance

Rodgers, Timothy
March 2009
e.learning age;Mar2009, p22
The article discusses how e-learning can improve the academic performance of students. The author notes that online learning can have a positive impact on performance by promoting student centered learning, but can also have a negative effect when it alienates students from the subject matter. It also cites that an e-learning approach which actively engages students significantly increases student performance. The author believes that limited background on computer use may make it difficult for students to appreciate e-learning.


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