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The introduction of e-learning in European universities: models and strategies
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SourceKerres, Michael [Hrsg.]; Voß, Britta [Hrsg.]: Digitaler Campus: Vom Medienprojekt zur nachhaltigen Mediennutzung auf dem Digitalen Campus. Münster ; New York ; München ; Berlin : Waxmann 2003, S. 74-83. - (Medien in der Wissenschaft; 24)
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Keywords (German)E-Learning; Medieneinsatz; Technologieunterstütztes Lernen; Internet; Elektronisches Hilfsmittel; Mediennutzung; Konzeptentwicklung; Konzeptualisierung; Kompetenzentwicklung; Multimediales Lernen
sub-disciplineMedia Education
Higher Education
Document typeArticle (from a serial)
ISBN3-8309-1288-9
ISSN1434-3436
LanguageEnglish
Year of creation
review statusPublishing House Lectorship
Abstract (English):The aim of this paper is to present the models and the strategies of adoption of e-learning in a group of European universities, most of them located in the regions called “the four motors of Europe” (Baden-Württenberg, Catalunya, Lombardy and Rhône-Alpes) and in Switzerland. Our analysis focuses on four dimensions: the rationale behind the introduction of e-learning, the organisation of the activities and, in particular, the existence of a university centre for e-learning, the type of activities, and, finally, the type of public reached by e-learning. The majority of campus universities in our sample introduced e-learning to improve the quality of education of their students and, for the most part, as a support for existing courses. Some of the campus universities went even further insofar as they have introduced some online courses into their curricula. This has led to forms of cooperation where different universities share some of their courses. Finally, a small number of campus universities have included as part of their educational offer full distance degree programs which can be attended also by non residential students. The above cases show that there is no general move from campus universities towards distance education, but rather a more selective behaviour. Thus we conclude that e-learning, although it is undoubtedly spreading in both distance and presence universities, is not yet bringing fundamental changes in the institutions themselves. E-learning is at the moment integrated into the existing organization and educational offer. (DIPF/Orig.)
is part of:Digitaler Campus: Vom Medienprojekt zum nachhaltigen Medieneinsatz in der Hochschule
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Date of publication05.07.2016
Suggested CitationLepori, Benedetto; Cantoni, Lorenzo; Succi, Chiara: The introduction of e-learning in European universities: models and strategies - In: Kerres, Michael [Hrsg.]; Voß, Britta [Hrsg.]: Digitaler Campus: Vom Medienprojekt zur nachhaltigen Mediennutzung auf dem Digitalen Campus. Münster ; New York ; München ; Berlin : Waxmann 2003, S. 74-83. - (Medien in der Wissenschaft; 24) - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-122416
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