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E-Teaching and e-Learning in engineering course design

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2 Author(s)
Ibrahim, M.Y. ; Sch. of Appl. Sci. & Eng., Monash Univ., Churchill, VIC, Australia ; Brack, C.

This paper examines the inputs of two different processes and the linkage between those processes. The processes examined in this paper are e-Teaching and e-Learning. Many conferences and journals are devoted to publishing on e-learning while in most cases they address the issues of e-teaching, which is a different process. In recent years Universities around the world are competing to take advantage of the e-learning benefits including its economic incentives. Furthermore, many academic institutions have embraced the e-learning philosophy until it became the objective. This phenomenon has motivated the authors to conduct a study to thoroughly examine e-learning as part of the overall learning process. In this paper the authors reflect on their experience in e-teaching/e-learning attempting to make the distinction clearer and define the relationship.

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E-Learning in Industrial Electronics, 2009. ICELIE '09. 3rd IEEE International Conference on

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3-5 Nov. 2009