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E-learning in Australia and Korea : Learning from practice

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  • E-learning in Australia and Korea
  • Misko, Josie; Choi, Jihee; Hong, Sun Yee; Lee, In Sook
  • KRIVET; NCVER


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Title E-learning in Australia and Korea
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Learning from practice

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Misko, Josie; Choi, Jihee; Hong, Sun Yee; Lee, In Sook

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[Seoul]:KRIVET; NCVER

Date 2014
Pages 183
Subject Country Australia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education

Abstract

There is increasing demand for affordable, accessible and timely education and training. The rapid growth, availability and uptake of information and communications technology (ICT) over the last two decades has opened up opportunities for the promotion of e-learning to help governments meet these demands. E-learning in this study refers to learning which is facilitated by electronic technologies. This includes courses or components of courses that are provided online. In this study we compare the experiences of two countries which have facilitated the implementation of e-learning by driving national policy agendas to ensure that citizens, enterprises, government agencies and educational institutions engage with online technologies. The primary aim is to increase our understanding of political interventions, and practical issues faced by organisations, practitioners and learners when engaging in e-learning. This report is organised into six separate chapters which deal with arrangements for the two countries.