CD-ROM Use in e-Learning

Mahmoud M. El-Khouly [melkhouly@yahoo.com],
Egyptian Embassy, Cultural Centre & Educational Bureau,
4 Chesterfield Gardens, W1J 5BG, UK
Tel: (0044)7737553842

Abstract

The government of Egypt has devoted substantial resources to the area of educational technology in recent years.  In order to provide the growing population of Egypt with quality, accessible, and numerous educational opportunities, both the government and the private sector are willing to develop alternative programs and delivering methods.  The Internet is unquestionably an exciting medium for the delivery of educational content today.  However, there are factors built into the Internet as it now functions that clearly limit the richness and depth of what an instructor can offer his or her students.  This paper explores how CD-ROM technology can be used to augment e-learning courses.

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Tags

e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, ICT, information and communication technology, internet, collaborative learning, learning management system, MOOC, interaction, LMS,

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