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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

  Technology-assisted learning, including online or e-Learning seems to be well established in educational and training institutions. When e-Learning solutions were being introduced, both educational experts and technologists claimed considerable value for adopting e-learning solutions. It was argued that e-learning solutions would fully transform knowledge transfer and learning practices. A review of a number of case studies in recent times suggested that many e-learning solutions adopted seem to be used as communication tools and storage for learning material. This observation motivated initiation of a project to attempt to assess the value of e-learning in institutions today. In phase I of this project, based on a review of literature (including literature at the time elearning solutions started to take shape and be promoted) an evaluation model was put together. While the evaluation model will later be used to assess what strategic value has been added to educational and business practices in intuitions, this paper discusses the findings from the literature review and presents the latest version of the evaluation model

Keywords :

: e-Learning, strategic value of e-learning,Knowledge Management, Evaluation Frameworks  

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