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Handbook on Quality and Standardisation in E-Learning

Ulf-Daniel Ehlers () and Jan Martin Pawlowski ()
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Ulf-Daniel Ehlers: Universität Duisburg-Essen
Jan Martin Pawlowski: Universität Duisburg-Essen

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Date: 2006
ISBN: 978-3-540-32788-2
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Quality in European e-learning: An introduction
Ulf-Daniel Ehlers and Jan M. Pawlowski
Ch 2 Quality in a Europe of diverse systems and shared goals
Brian Holmes
Ch 3 Quality of e-learning: Negotiating a strategy, implementing a policy
Claudio Dondi, Michela Moretti and Fabio Nascimbeni
Ch 4 The maze of accreditation in European higher education
Julia Flasdick, Lutz P. Michel and Amaury Legait
Ch 5 Adopting quality standards for education and e-learning
Jan M. Pawlowski
Ch 6 Process-oriented quality management
Christian Stracke
Ch 7 An analysis of international quality management approaches in e-learning: Different paths, similar pursuits
Markus A. Wirth
Ch 8 The quality mark e-learning: Developing process- and product-oriented quality
Thomas Lodzinski and Jan M. Pawlowski
Ch 9 Competency-based quality securing of e-learning (CQ-E)
John Erpenbeck and Lutz P. Michel
Ch 10 Quality of e-learning products
Thomas Berger and Ulrike Rockmann
Ch 11 Quality evaluation for e-learning in Europe
Ulf-Daniel Ehlers and Lutz Goertz
Ch 12 Towards a model for structuring diversity: Classifying & finding quality approaches with the EQO model
Barbara U. Hildebrandt and Sinje J. Teschler
Ch 13 The standards jungle: Which standard for which purpose?
Kai Heddergott
Ch 14 Architectures and frameworks
Rolf Lindner
Ch 15 Content and management standards: LOM, SCORM and Content Packaging
Christian Prpitsch and Patrick Veith
Ch 16 Educational interoperability standards: IMS learning design and DIN didactical object model
Michael Klebl
Ch 17 Developing and handling learner profiles for European learner information systems
Cleo Sgouropoulou
Ch 18 Improving European employability with the e-portfolio
Michel Arnaud
Ch 19 Interface standards: Integration of learning and business information systems
Markus Bick and Jan M. Pawlowski
Ch 20 Facilitating learning objects reusability in different accessibility settings
Pythagoras Karampiperis and Demetrios G. Sampson
Ch 21 Out of the past and into the future: Standards for technology enhanced learning
Wayne Hodgins
Ch 22 Organisational and cultural similarities and differences in implementing quality in e-learning in Europe’s higher education
Bernard Dumont and Albert Sangra
Ch 23 Rethinking quality for building a learning society
Maureen Layte and Serge Ravet
Ch 24 Myths and realities in learner oriented e-learning-quality
Ulf-Daniel Ehlers
Ch 25 The e-learning path model: A specific quality approach to satisfy the needs of customers in e-learning
Anne-Marie Husson
Ch 26 Pedagogic quality — supporting the next UK generation of e-learning
John Anderson and Robert McCormick
Ch 27 Quality in cross national business models for technology based educational services
Martin Gutbrod, Helmut W. Jung and Stefan Fischer
Ch 28 E-learning quality and standards from a business perspective
Thomas Reglin
Ch 29 A framework for quality of learning resources
Frans Assche and Riina Vuorikari
Ch 30 LearnRank: Towards a real quality measure for learning
Erik Duval
Ch 31 Quality of e-learning in tertiary education: Managing a balance between divergence and convergence
Miho Taguma
Ch 32 Best practices for e-learning
Rob Edmonds

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