eLearning and identity in Adult Education:A case study of an international Master’s program

Carroll, M. (Examiner)

Activity: Supervision/Examination/MentoringThesis Examination

Description

Abstract
Education and training programs delivered via the internet (eLearning) have increasingly become common in tertiary education. This study explores how some adult learners studying an eLearning Masters of Education program experienced their eLearning space, focussing on some of the issues that learners faced in regard to the design of the program, the globalised classroom, the eLearning pedagogy and in particular the power relations that ensued in such a space and some ways that the experience of such eLearning spaces can shape the learner’s identity
Period01 Jun 201930 Jun 2019
ExamineeNarelle Borzi
Examination held atMonash University
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • e-learning
  • Education