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Lifelong eLearning across Cultures Key insights and policy implications towards content credibility Inaugural professorial lecture/FILTER Closing Event Sylvia van de Bunt-Kokhuis, PhD 30 November 2005/10 February 2006. What we’re going to talk about. Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions.

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Lifelong eLearning across CulturesKey insights and policy implications towards content credibilityInaugural professorial lecture/FILTER Closing EventSylvia van de Bunt-Kokhuis, PhD30 November 2005/10 February 2006


What we’re going to talk about


Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • A participation in open source

  • B work perceptions

  • C online trust

  • D identity


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • Search engines

  • Language

  • Pre-internet filter; the Chinese MBA case

  • content filters


Part III: Future perspective

  • A cultural diversity and search engines

  • B language diversity among the web

  • C credibility of online content; the portal case

  • D summary


Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • A participation in open source


Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • B work perceptions


Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • C online trust


Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • D identity


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • Search engines

  • Language

  • Pre-internet filter; the Chinese MBA case

  • content filters


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • A search engines


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • B language


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • C pre-internet filter: the Chinese MBA case


Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • D content filters


Part III: Future perspective

  • A cultural diversity and search engines

  • B language diversity among the web

  • C credibility of online content; the portal case

  • D summary


“If at first the idea is not absurd,

then there is no hope for it”

Albert Einstein


Part III: Future perspective

  • A. cultural diversity and search engines


Part III: Future perspective

  • B language diversity among the web


Part III: Future perspective

  • C credibility of online content; the portal case


Part III: Future perspective

  • D Summary


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