Virtual learning environments: the alternative to the box under the bed
VIRTUAL LEARNING Environments (VLEs) describe those environments that use digital and electronic technology in order to facilitate learning and teaching. They can include not only learning resources on CD or on the web, or both, but more traditional, paper-based resources as well. In this article, we shall present the results of a research project that set out to discover how students used a VLE structured around video lectures. As Baecker has pointed out, webcast video has generally be...[Show more]
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