E-learning role in higher education and corporate environment
AbstractThe purpose of this article is to discuss the possibility of using e-learning in higher education and corporations to improve quality and employee effectiveness. There is no agreement about its influence on results of education among authors of publications regarding e-learning. Some authors indicate that using internet in education will reduce level of education quality, by restricting studying only to solving tests, removing direct discussion with teacher (trainer) and decreasing student creativity. Others stresses greater flexibility and cost effectiveness of this method of education.
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Date of creation: 2012
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e-learning; distant education; higher education; university; moodle;
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- Ramona LACUREZEANU & Robert BUCHMANN & Paul BRESFELEAN & Valerica MARES, 2011. "The Place of e-Learning in Romanian Universitiesâ€™ Strategies," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 15(1), pages 220-227.
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