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Online Educa Berlin 2011 program now available

The ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2011 programme is now available online. Featuring over 80 parallel sessions and 350 speakers, this year's programme centres on New...

Journal edition on distance education and e-learning in Africa

  Distance Education, Vol. 32, No. 2, August 2011 This edition, edited by Neil Butcher, Colin Latchem, Monica Mawayo and Lisbeth Levey, is focused on distance...

IRRODL June 2011

For the very few readers of this site who are not already subscribers, the latest edition of the International Review of Research in Open...

Conference on university rankings and e-learning

  Are rankings likely to focus on eLearning in the near future? If so, what parameters will be employed and who will be defining those?...

Is e-learning the food-bank of education?

  Bitti, M. T. (2011) Student loans a hard lesson National Post, June 4 This article provides some sobering statistics about student debt in Canada: $26,680 Average...

European research on e-learning 2.0

Links-up is a European project: about how ‘Web 2.0’ technologies – e.g. social networking software – are changing the face of education and training for...

What the security services know about e-learning

One of the great things about e-learning is that it pops up in the most unexpected of places. This month's New security learning, Issue, No....

E-learning in the Kootenays: ETUG workshop

Announcement from the Educational Technology Users' Group of BC ETUG Spring Workshop 2011 - June 2nd and 3rd Nelson, BC: Here we come!  It's so exciting...

Some basic assumptions about e-learning challenged

Guri-Rosenblit, S. and Gros, B. (2011) E-Learning: Confusing Terminology, Research Gaps and Inherent Challenges Journal of Distance Education, Vol. 25, No.1 Following its admirable policy...

Ask – so what? about e-learning

Linda Harasim, one of the pioneers of online learning, has opened an intriguing new web site called, Ask, So What?. What she has done is...

About Tony Bates

Dr. Tony Bates is the author of eleven books in the field of online learning and distance education. He has provided consulting services specializing in training in the planning and management of online learning and distance education, working with over 40 organizations in 25 countries. Tony is a Research Associate with Contact North | Contact Nord, Ontario’s Distance Education & Training Network.