OECD Report predicts online learning

I recently scanned the report, Education at a Glance 2012 OECD indicators and a paragraph on P485 caught my attention. It was the only mention of online learning that I could find in the report. (There was no mention of ‘eLearning’). However, what it said is significant for many of us. Even though it is […]

eLearning trends – quantity or quality?

Rapid development tools and applications such as iAuthor do not recognise the knowledge and skills needed to create quality eLearning. Their emphasis is on an application that can be used by anyone – quantity rather than quality. I can relate this trend to what happened to library and literature research in the 1990s. Prior to […]