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Emergent theory and technology in E-learning

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  • Marie-Joëlle Browaeys,
  • Stephanus Eko Wahyudi

    (Nyenrode Business Universiteit)

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    E-learning should be approached via a new paradigm, one where instruction and information are involved in a recursive process, an approach which counters the concept of linearity. New ways of thinking about how people learn and new technologies favour the emergence of principles of e-learning that deliver both business and individual opportunities. In this paper we develop a vision of what learning will look like in the future and a clearer idea of technological opportunities for the promotion of new e-learning.

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    Paper provided by Nyenrode Business Universiteit in its series Nyenrode Research Papers Series with number 06-01.

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    Date of creation: 2006
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    Handle: RePEc:dgr:nijrep:2006-01

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    Keywords: e-learning; learning; knowledge; technology; paradigm; complexity;

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