APSBG Report: 'Integrate E-learning into education systems'

<p>Content providers are being challenged by new demands from students for immediate access to integrated resources, Mark Stiles, professor of technology supported learning at Staffordshire University, told delegates at the conference.</p><p>Stiles said academic publishers and teaching staff have to "stop labelling" electronic learning, and focus instead on integrating it into the overall learning experience. </p><p>He highlighted students' requirements for universities to integrate their manual and electronic systems to provide a "whole" learning experience. "E-learning offers the chance ...

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