Academic Staff in Traditional Universities: Motivators and Demotivators in the Adoption of E-learning
|Academic Staff in Traditional Universities: Motivators and Demotivators in the Adoption of E-learning|
|Author(s)||Mackeogh K., Fox S.|
|Published in||Distance and E-Learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges|
|Keyword(s)||Autonomy, Bologna declaration, Course development, Distance education, Distance learning, E-learning, Interaction, Leadership, Lisbon declaration, Open and distance learning (ODL), Pedagogy, Professional development, Quality assurance, Quality learning resources, Quality management, Student feedback, Teaching and learning, Ubiquitous learning, Virtual learning spaces, Web 2.0, Wiki|
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Academic Staff in Traditional Universities: Motivators and Demotivators in the Adoption of E-learning is a 2013 book chapter written in English by Mackeogh K., Fox S. and published in Distance and E-Learning in Transition: Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges.
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