E-learning and access: getting behind the hype
Source TitleResearching widening access to lifelong learning: issues and approaches in international research
University of Melbourne Author/sBARRAKET, Jo
AffiliationArts: Education Policy and Management
Document TypeBook Chapter
CitationsBarraket, J. (2004). E-learning and access: getting behind the hype. In M. Osborne, J. Gallacher, & B. Crossan (Eds.), Researching widening access to lifelong learning: issues and approaches in international research, (pp. 91-102). London: RoutledgeFalmer.
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Rapid advances in information and communications technology (ICT) - particularly the development of online technologies - have transformed the nature of economic, social and cultural relations across the globe. In the context of higher education in post-industrial societies, technological change has had a significant impact on university operating environments. In a broad sense, technological advancement has contributed significantly to the increasing complexity of global economies and societies, which is reflected in the rise of lifelong learning discourses with which universities are engaging. More specifically, the ever-expanding array of ICT available within the university sector has generated new management and pedagogical imperatives for higher education in the information age.
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