Universities and the Corporate E-Learning Market
Dec 30, 2005
Commentary by Stephen Downes

It's not a deep article, but it's useful to survey, as the author does, the issues facing universities as they attempt to extend their online offerings into the corporate e-learning match. It's a clash of traditions. "When most traditional universities develop online courses they draw directly from the traditions and logic of their centuries-old classroom model... it is difficult for universities to compete with other kinds of e-learning providers that utilize more advanced models for course development." Total: 747
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