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I think we’ve all seen, and suffered examples of bad e-learning and I’m certainly building up a pretty good picture of all the ways in which eLearning can go wrong. But I’m less sure about exactly what GOOD e-learning looks like. I’m hoping that this blog post will be just the beginning of the conversation and that you’ll comment with your ideas of what makes good e-learning, or with links to good examples. Shouldn’t we just drop the ‘e’? One point of view that I’ve had shared with me frequently when talking about e-learning is that the ‘e’ is the barrier. That e-learning is simply a new generation of learning and that that little old ‘e’ erects all kinds of unnecessary barriers.
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