Developing E-learning Courseware/E-Modules for a Medical, Dentistry and Pharmacy University in Africa (Mozambique)

ID: 24011 Type: Roundtable
  1. Manisha Javeri and Master's students Instructional Technology, California State University, Los Angeles, United States

Thursday, November 20 2:45 PM-3:45 PM Location: Royale 8

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Abstract: This paper describes the social constructionist efforts of gradate students from a minority urban University in Los Angeles, enrolled in an e-learning class, in developing E-Learning courses/modules for a medical, pharmacy and dentistry University in Africa. The paper further provides an account of experiences, and lessons learned in the design, development, of the e-modules and their challenges in integrating open source software. The paper further discusses the instructor’s and students’ perspectives related to the role of E-learning and future implications in the light of current trends in e-learning and globalization.


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