Online Learning Bibliography
Education is perhaps the most important determinant on human development, as the great philosopher Durant proclaimed, “education is the transmission of civilization.” (Rao, 2011, p.128) Therefore the hot topic of education is never far from the headlines politically, socially and technologically. Blair quoted in the Guardian (2001) as stating, “Our top priority was, is and always will be education, education, education.” However while the importance of education is constant, the methods to which students of all ages are being educated is constantly changing. Gone from the 21st century British education curriculum is the division of the men to do the woodwork and the women to do the sewing.
Bateman, K. (2012) GCSE ICT popularity rises, but results decline for the first time in history. Retrieved September 28 2012 from: http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240161907/GCSE-ICT-popularity-rises-but-results-decline-for-first-time-in-history While Computerweekly is a .com website and contains a very small article it is all very informative backed up information. The information contained is more a series of facts than giving any opinions. These facts could build up an important part of my essay by giving evidence to points I am trying to make. It gives precise facts on how much the demand for ICT in education is increase which allows me to prove in my essay that demand for E-learning is increasing.
Boulton, H. (2008) “Managing e-Learning: What are the Real Implications for Schools?” [online], vol. 6, Issue 1. Available: www.ejel.org/issue/download.html?idArticle=56 [accessed 5 November 2012] This journal by Helen Boulton of Nottingham Trent University is, “research which identifies a range of issues schools may want to consider, when embracing e-learning. Therefore this is a very good journal to be able to implement into my essay because while other resources have given issues that the educational system needs to consider before...
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