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|Title:||Learning technologies: an integrated domain model|
|Abstract:||There is a lack of a integration and harmonization in the eLearning field and even very basic theories and models about eLearning are missing. There is a lot of conceptual confusion. This hinders implementation and the further development of the field. In this chapter I will try to bring the different dimensions together by introducing an integrated conceptual framework that enables researchers, developers, implementers, managers and others to understand, organize, classify, plan and approach the issues in eLearning. The framework is presented as a domain model. It defines the field of eLearning and its basic structure, vocabulary and issues.|
|Description:||Koper, E.J.R. (2003). Learning technologies: an integrated domain model. In W. Jochems, J. van Merrienboer, E.J.R. Koper, Integrated eLearning (pp. 64-79). London: RoutledgeFalmer.|
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