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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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What we re going to talk about

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

What we’re going to talk about


Part i elearning and cultural perceptions

Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • A participation in open source

  • B work perceptions

  • C online trust

  • D identity


Part ii online content reconsidered

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • Search engines

  • Language

  • Pre-internet filter; the Chinese MBA case

  • content filters


Part iii future perspective

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 perceptions1

Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • A participation in open source


Part i elearning and cultural perceptions2

Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • B work perceptions


Part i elearning and cultural perceptions3

Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • C online trust


Part i elearning and cultural perceptions4

Part I: eLearning and Cultural Perceptions

  • D identity


Part ii online content reconsidered1

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • Search engines

  • Language

  • Pre-internet filter; the Chinese MBA case

  • content filters


Part ii online content reconsidered2

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • A search engines


Part ii online content reconsidered3

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • B language


Part ii online content reconsidered4

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • C pre-internet filter: the Chinese MBA case


Part ii online content reconsidered5

Part II: Online Content Reconsidered

  • D content filters


Part iii future perspective1

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


What we re going to talk about

“If at first the idea is not absurd,

then there is no hope for it”

Albert Einstein


Part iii future perspective2

Part III: Future perspective

  • A. cultural diversity and search engines


Part iii future perspective3

Part III: Future perspective

  • B language diversity among the web


Part iii future perspective4

Part III: Future perspective

  • C credibility of online content; the portal case


Part iii future perspective5

Part III: Future perspective

  • D Summary


What we re going to talk about

Lifelong eLearning across CulturesKey insights and policy implications towards content credibilityclosure


Many thanks for your attention

Many thanks for your attention!


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