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Effective e-moderation in e-courses

Higher Education Academy, Subject Centre for Information and Computer Sciences
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  • Lb Theory And Practice Of Education
  • Qa75 Electronic Computers. Computer Science


E-learning promises people the ability to learn at a time and place to suit their needs. However, we frequently assume they can automatically adapt to an online environment. This is not the case. They need focussed support on their journey of development from e-user to e-learner. However, many fail to complete this journey. It is essential we identify how best to support them if we are to fully realise the potential of e-learning. This paper builds on previous research and presents an e-moderation activity model for tutor-led courses.

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