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Posted by Administrator on May 04, 2013

Abstract: 

Online learning or elearning is now viewed as the ‘holy grail’ by many universities. Moving course materials to an online delivery mode is seen to be one way of extending the services provided to students while reducing the costs of education. As a result of this trend, academic knowledge is undergoing a change especially in teaching and learning practices. Academics are now required to be the managers and facilitators of this change, necessitating a more strategic approach to knowledge management. This paper outlines a grassroots approach to curriculum planning and delivery, in which university staff are provided with the opportunity to develop elearning courseware in a collaborative environment. The knowledge gained by academics will be shared amongst the university community

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