Sustainable E-learning: A Guide to Practice and Analysis

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The purposes of this publication are to: position e-learning trends within a more general educational conversation; provide teachers and managers with practical guidance in informing and implementing e-learning; and apply Activity Theory to a theorisation of sustainable e-learning. E-learning is broadly defined as the use of digital technologies in a wide range of contexts. E-learning has become sustainable when it is normative in meeting present and future needs. It is posited that sustainable e-learning is most likely to be achieved where there is congruence between the pedagogic, people and organisational perspectives. Technology concerns are embedded within these frames. Sections One to Three address the three perspectives from a largely practical viewpoint. Section Four applies Activity Theory to each perspective and then consolidates these to evaluate the usefulness of Activity Theory as a framework for conceptual analysis.
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July 4, 2015
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