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Title: Time factor in e-learning
Author: Barberà Gregori, Elena  
Keywords: e-learning, time factor, senior figures, relevant voices, teaching and learning processes, research programme
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2010
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. eLearn Center
Published in: eLearn Center Research Paper Series:núm. 0
Abstract: This issue is the first that belongs to the eLC Research Paper Series launched by the eLearn Center (eLC) with the intention of offering a double opportunity to their audience. The first is related to the readers and is about not only accessing up-todate information and satisfying unmet needs, but also and more importantly, to be in close contact with a dynamic space held by a community of researchers who concentrate their research practices around the e-learning. The second is with regards to the writers because this Research Paper Series is open to anyone who works on e-learning research and feels like contributing from different fields and approaches. Any writer contributing a paper to this series pursues the dissemination of preliminary research findings, in a format intended to generate discussion within the e-learning researcher community. The community of researchers around can be achieved and the research topic clearly developed by all of them contributing collaboratively, leading to the chosen field evolving rationally. In this first issue the eLC invites the e-learning research community around the world to collaborate in this fundamental topic covering the temporal factor, which is sometimes neglected, simply forgotten or often used as an excuse for mediocre results in our current e-learning practices.
Description: Peer-reviewed
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/32241
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