WHY IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING INTO HIGHER EDUCATION IS STILL AN ISSUE?

December 11, 2019

Application of ICT and e-learning has to be carefully planned and devised to be set in the pedagogical context. Teachers need new knowledge and skills. Teachers need support and training how to efficiently implement new technologies into teaching and learning. National and university policies on education – include e-learning as a part of educational process, clearly defined activities. EC recommendations on modernisation of HE. E- learning still considered as a trend and as an option.

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