Equity and access in an e-enhanced, international, university environment: learning style implications
Zutshi, Ambika and Creed, Andrew 2007, Equity and access in an e-enhanced, international, university environment: learning style implications, in Proceedings of the APAMB 2007 Conference, Asia-Pacific Academy of Management and Business, Singapore, pp. 1-14.
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Globalisation and technological development have simultaneously pressured universities to provide students with flexible and innovative learning options. Among the ways universities address these issues are by internationalising their curriculum and investing in educational technology. These changes have affected pedagogical and andragogical approaches and outcomes. Learning styles potentially affect the strategic approach of academics when utilising innovative technological tools in their teaching, which converges with internationalisation of the curriculum and a diverse student body to accentuate the issues of equity and access. The literature in this field is explored in context with the authors’ diverse experiences to provide policy makers, academics and other education stakeholders with a new perspective.
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