Critical success factors in online education

The Internet is a major technological advancement reshaping not only our society but also that of universities worldwide. In light of this, universities have to capitalise on the Internet for teaching, and one progressive development of this is the use of online delivery methods. This paper draws upon the results of a survey conducted amongst students enrolled in one online management course at an Australian university. [1]

Going the Distance: Online Education in the United States, 2011

“Going the Distance: Online Education in the United States, 2011” is the ninth annual report on the state of online learning in U.S. higher education. The survey is designed, administered and analyzed by the Babson Survey Research Group. Data collection is conducted in partnership with the College Board. [2]

Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, 2006. Southern Edition

“Making the Grade: Online Education in the United States, 2006–Southern Edition” is based on data collected for the fourth annual report on the state of online education in U.S. higher education. Supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and based on responses from over 700 southern colleges and universities, this year’s study, like last year’s, is aimed at answering some of the fundamental questions about the nature and extent of online education: (1) Has the growth in online enrollments begun to plateau?; (2) Who offers online courses and programs?; (3) Is online education becoming part of long-term strategy for most schools?; (4) How do Chief Academic Officers rate the quality of online courses?; and (5) What barriers do academic leaders see to widespread adoption of online learning? The survey analysis is based on a comprehensive sample of active, degree-granting institutions of higher education in the sixteen southern states. [3]

Analysis of the Arguments Presented in Response to the Allegations against an Online Education Website

This paper aims to analyze the arguments in an article written by an online education website in response to accusations of fraud and misconduct levelled in another article published by a popular news magazine. This paper aims to analyze the arguments by applying Damer’s model of argument analysis. [4]

A Framework of Concept Complexity-based Personalized E-learning System

 Personalized learning allows individual learner to be taught and assessed in ways that are appropriate and comfortable for that learner. It allows teaching to be carried out in several ways in order to increase the scope of learning. Personalized learning is an important aspect of e-learning systems because no particular learning path will be adequate for all learners. [5]

 

Reference

[1] Volery, T. and Lord, D., 2000. Critical success factors in online education. International journal of educational management.

[2] Allen, I.E. and Seaman, J., 2011. Going the distance: Online education in the United States, 2011. Sloan Consortium. PO Box 1238, Newburyport, MA 01950.

[3] Allen, I.E. and Seaman, J., 2007. Making the grade: Online education in the United States, 2006. Sloan Consortium. PO Box 1238, Newburyport, MA 01950.

[4] Rustam, R., 2017. Analysis of the arguments presented in response to the allegations against an online education website. Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences, pp.1-16.

[5] Adesuyi, A.T., Obolo, O.A., Oloja, S.V. and Badeji-Ajisafe, B., 2018. A Framework of Concept Complexity-based Personalized E-learning System. Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science, pp.1-6.

 

 

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