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This work addresses the management issues of digitally-led education. Written for managers, teachers, trainer developers and technicians, it provides an overview of the developments in this important field, and a comprehensive guide to the issues, principles, practices and skills required to succeed in digital education. Key points include: easy-to-follow decision-making support; coverage of key technical issues; coverage of cost and quality; and how to succeed in the more

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  • Book | 225 pages
  • 154.94 x 233.68 x 12.7mm | 339.99g
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0749434511
  • 9780749434519

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The origins of the new knowledge media; social forces driving educational change; learning in an electronic environment; counting the cost; a cost or an investment?; re-engineering technological infrastructure; re-skilling and supporting staff; re-orienting the teaching programme; redesigning learner support services; developing an evaluation strategy; managing the transition; a quality assurance framework; anticipating tomorrow's more

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Alistair Inglis is Senior Lecturer in educational Programme Improvement at the RMIT, Australia; Peter Ling is Lecturer in IT and educational administration at La Trobe University, Australia; Vera Joosten is Senior Consultant in the Quality Development Unit at more

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