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Why E-Moderate? An Overview of Some Key Benefits Amy Henderson - Module 3 (2) Team
2 An Overview of Factors When Resourcing Matters The Wider Context Paradigmatic-Related Considerations
3 Efficiency and Economy Online learning has shown to be time and cost effective for institutions.
4 External Pressure A great deal of pressure is exerted on educators and institutions to implement e-learning.
5 Paradigm Match Provides a direct match with new models of learning and changing views of Adult Education
6 Prevents InfoWhelm Saves us from “information overload” – provides navigation, tracking and evaluation support
7 Collaboration Facilitates the development of communities of learners, online collaboration and peer support.
8 Equity and Engagement Encourages more participative, equitable models of decision making and discussion.
9 Learner-Focus Ensures that learning is Learner- Driven, not Technology-Driven. When done effectively, ensures that learning is Learner-Driven, not Teacher-Driven
10 Longevity Provides a permanent reference resource for Learners.
11 Nurtures Diversity Encourages difference in thought and facilitates easy exchange of information and ideas.
12 Maximises HOTS Actively Encourages the Development of Higher Order Thinking Skills
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