Quality assurance and elearning: Blue skies and pragmatism
Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
Communications and Creative Industries Deans Office
This paper considers the role of quality assurance in e-learning; reflecting on the conditions necessary for successful e-learning. It reviews some of the current international work on quality assurance in this area and goes on to consider the ways in which the quality of a process or activity can be assessed—focusing on the use of benchmarking and specification of standards.
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