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Journal Issue
Volume 7 Issue 1 / May 2009  pp1‑85

Editor: Shirley Williams

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e‑Learning Indicators: a Multi‑Dimensional Model for Planning and Evaluating e‑Learning Software Solutions  pp1‑28

Bekim Fetaji, Majlinda Fetaji

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Towards a Fusion of Formal and Informal Learning Environments: the Impact of the ReadWrite Web  pp29‑40

Richard Hall

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An e‑Class in Action: Experiences with ICT‑intensive Teaching and Learning of Discrete Dynamical Models at Secondary School  pp41‑53

André Heck, Harm Houwing, Cor de Beurs

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Realizing Wisdom Theory in Complex Learning Networks  pp54‑61

Ayse Kok

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e‑Learning Success Model: an Information Systems Perspective  pp62‑71

Anita Lee-Post

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Abstract

This paper reports the observations made and experience gained from developing and delivering an online quantitative methods course for Business undergraduates. Inspired by issues and challenges experienced in developing the online course, a model is advanced to address the question of how to guide the design, development, and delivery of successful e‑learning initiatives based on theories of a user‑centered information systems development paradigm. The benefits of using the proposed model for e‑learning success assessment is demonstrated through four cycles of action research after two action research cycles of pilot study. Findings from our empirical study confirm the value of an action research methodology for promoting e‑learning success. The paper concludes with a discussion on the merits of the proposed model in furthering our understanding of how to define, assess, and promote e‑learning success. 

 

Keywords: e-learning success, e-learning assessment, action research, information systems success model

 

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Impact of Communication Patterns, Network Positions and Social Dynamics Factors on Learning among Students in a CSCL Environment  pp72‑85

Binod Sundararajan

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