Mr Athanassios Triantafyllidis
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eLearning Web-Based Applications: Enhancing Productivity and Commercial Value
It is a fact that universities and colleges, also schools, are implementing several web-based eLearning technologies, most popular of which is Blackboard and Moodle supplemented with a variety of functional modules. Although this trend seems to have a logical ground to justify the initial investment, there appears to be no in-depth research as far as their pedagogic value and productivity is concerned.Mr Athanassios Triantafyllidis
The MPhil phase of the project aims to identify the various platforms and tools that are currently in use for higher education, but also to analyze any prior research into the commercial and/or noncommercial impact they may have in the industry in terms of pedagogic learning and productivity enhancement of students. In order to facilitate an understanding of this, a variety of on-line web based eLearning platforms and modules, will be made available to students in higher education. This will enable a controlled assessment on the impact on students productivity, learning and educational impact of these tools providing, grounds of their actual contribution to education as well as as their real commercial value.
Director of studies: Prof. Nathan L Clarke
Other supervisors: Dr Paul S Haskell-Dowland
Increasing eLearning Engagement Using Mobile Technologies
Learning management systems in higher education: a faculty perspective
Learning management systems in higher education: a student perspective
3 Conference papers
3 publication(s) - all categories.