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Robert Zemsky & William F. Massy

In: Global Perspectives on E-Learning: Rhetoric and Reality

Chapter Fourteen: Stalled: E-Learning as Thwarted Innovation

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Stalled: E-Learning as Thwarted Innovation
Stalled: E-Learning as thwarted innovation
RobertZemsky and William F.Massy

Given our interest in e-learning as a global phenomenon, we were struck by what we had come to see as a truly dangerous irony: The sense of disappointment now pervading the market for e-learning is as misplaced today as the euphoria that once celebrated e-learning as an invincible revolution. The fact of the matter is that e-learning is alive and well. Money is being spent, smart classrooms are being built everywhere, and collegiate faculty and corporate trainers are successfully integrating electronically mediated learning into literally thousands of courses focusing on both traditional and nontraditional subjects. That said, it is also the case that e-learning is evolving in ways few predicted and with economic ...

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