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Updated E-Learning Definitions

Hinter diesen Definitionen steht das Online Learning Consortium (OLC), eine Nonprofit-Organisation, die zusammen mit der Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) einmal im Jahr den Stand des Online-Lernens im amerikanischen Hochschulwesen vermisst. Dafür braucht es natürlich Definitionen, die auf der Höhe der Zeit und halbwegs belastbar sind. Deshalb dieses Update. Es hat durch den gesetzten Rahmen natürlich Grenzen, derer sich die Autoren aber bewusst sind:

“… we are assuming that courses and programs defined below are instructor-led experiences, distinguishing them from self-learning modules, often seen for instance in some corporate training models. …

As e-learning matures, innovative new ways to teach and learn will continue to emerge. Recent examples are massive open online courses (MOOCs) and competency-based education. At this stage in their evolution, these innovations can be adequately described within the course and program definitions described above; MOOCs and competency-based courses can be understood as operating within one or more of the defined categories.”

Classroom Course – Synchronous Distributed Course – Web-Enhanced Course – Blended (also called Hybrid) Classroom Course – Blended (also called Hybrid) Online Course – Online Course – Flexible Mode Course.
John Sener, Online Learning Consortium, 7. Juli 2015

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