E-Learning Technology, Content and Services
Education & Training Volume 43, Number 4, ISSN 0040-0912
Electronic learning involves a holistic approach independent of courses, technologies, or infrastructures. The approach includes integrated learning paths that vary according to student, content, level of competence, and preferences. (SK)
Henry, P. (2001). E-Learning Technology, Content and Services. Education & Training, 43(4), 249.
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