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Requirements for online teaching and learning at Deakin University : a case study

conference contribution
posted on 2002-01-01, 00:00 authored by I Smissen, R Sims
The dynamics of teaching and learning in higher education are being affected by a combination of educational, social, political and economic factors, and one of the most important changes is the extent to which Learning Management Systems (LMS) are forming the basis for online teaching and learning environments. Deakin University has just completed an extensive evaluation of learning management systems (LMS) to select an enterprise level online teaching and learning system. One of the important aspects of this process is that unlike other evaluations which focused on systems comparison, this evaluation was user-centred, taking into account teaching and learning needs to determine the LMS that would best align with those needs. This paper examines the methods and results of this collection of staff and student needs in online teaching and learning.

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Event

Ausweb02 Conference (8th : 2002 : Sunshine Coast, Qld.)

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Southern Cross University

Location

Southern Cross University, Sunshine Coast, Qld.

Place of publication

Lismore, N.S.W.

Start date

2002-01-01

End date

2002-12-31

ISBN-10

1863844538

Language

eng

Publication classification

E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed

Copyright notice

2002, Southern Cross University

Title of proceedings

AusWeb02 : The Web Enabled Global Village : Proceedings of the 8th Australian World Wide Web Conference

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