Integrating Scholarly Articles within E-learning Courses

Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg
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Conference Proceeding
Communications in Computer and Information Science. Enhancing Learning Through Technology. Education Unplugged: Mobile Technologies and Web 2.0, 2011, pp. 37 - 50
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E-learning systems support course-based learning. Inadequate course materials provided to learners can result in a decline in effective learning. The designed framework discussed in this paper illustrates that learning can be advanced and assist learners through a better method of learning. In turn, it helps learners build diversified skills including research, aptitude and analysis. This framework is based on the notion that an educational theory can foster a circle of educational knowledge building and sharing between educators and learners emphasizing a better understanding of scholarly articles. Three case studies have validated this framework and in each case study the result highlighted the fact that studentsâ learning and motivation to learn was significantly increased
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