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Innovation in construction education: the role of e-learning

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conference contribution
posted on 26.02.2010, 15:01 by Anita Liu, Geoff Hodgson, Wayne Lord
The effectiveness of e-learning depends on technological support, institutional culture, staff development and students’ receptivity and learning behaviours. Learners expect online interactivity. Successful online delivery requires shifts, both in understanding and behaviours, for the change in pedagogical curriculum development. This paper proposes a research framework to investigate the current elearning diffusion in construction-related programmes in UK’s higher education and the effect of organisational (and/or national) culture on students’ learning behaviours and e-learning effectiveness.

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  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering

Citation

LIU, A., HODGSON, G. and LORD, W.E., 2009. Innovation in construction education: the role of e-learning. IN: International conference on global innovation in construction, Loughborough, Sept 13-16th, pp. 471-480.

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© Loughborough University

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Publication date

2009

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This is a conference paper [© Loughborough University] further information can be found at:- http://www.loughborough2009.org/

ISBN

9780947974978

Language

en