Challenges for Collaboration in E-learning: Towards an E-learning Pedagogical Practice
Tuesday, March 8 4:00-4:30 PM Location: Tulip Grove E
Abstract: E-learning is a natural approach for distance learning. But it is also suitable to flexible learning, not only intended to situations where the learner is at a distance from the tutor or instructor. In achieving appropriate prerequisites for e-learning there are some challenges to cope with, within computer-mediated collaboration, digital competence and connections. The aim of this paper is to provide scientific insights and reflextive experiences as challenges to better understand and improve e-learning initiatives at educational institutions. The paper will argue for a collaborative effort based on participation from both a lecturers’ as well as a students’ perspectives. However, there are many different concept described different kind of e-learning.