Distance education was already well established when the Internet became public. Pre-internet distance education was constrained by the limitations of its three main modes of communication: correspondence, audio-only, and audio-visual. The online environment provided an avenue to extend those modes of communication, resulting in synchronous and asynchronous forms of educational/training delivery.
This subject will examine the ubiquitous nature of networked and mobile technologies and social media in the business, government and education sectors and the opportunities they provide for access and innovation. Discussion covers various issues, problems, and solutions related to online learning, professional development and credentialing. Topics include knowledge management, performance improvement, delivery of learning and development, online student services, mobile technologies and evaluating learning and development.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2019.
School of Education
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