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Journal Article

Editorial for EJEL Volume 11 Issue 2  pp80-81

Roy Williams

© Jun 2013 Volume 11 Issue 2, Editor: Roy Williams, pp80 - 167

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Abstract

The articles in this issue demonstrate the widening range of possibilities for e‑learning. The technologies continue to develop and change, and issues of adoption and innovation persist. Like any other technologies, e‑learning hardware and software is best used when it is introduced to solve a real problem which has been carefully thought through. The articles show that there is tremendous promise and opportunity, but there are no quick fixes, and no one‑size‑fits all solutions.

 

Keywords: online learning, blogs in teacher training, reluctant to adopt technology, e-assessment tool

 

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