Integrating eLearning into the Liberal Arts Tradition Amber Dailey Emily Donnelli Our Agenda Review key terms, research, and best practices in eLearning; Engage a discussion of eLearning models and approaches in light of a liberal arts mission;
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“The 'e' in e-learning stands for experience.”
Elliott Masie, Masie Center
Face-to-Face Hybrid Online
(Chickering and Ehrmann, 1996)
“The illiterate of the 21st century [are not] those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler
“…as a long line of philosophers from Socrates to Marshall McLuhan have told us, [technology] inevitably changes consciousness, and [such] changes always entail loss. But they always entail gains as well. The really useful discussions are about how we will adapt, not whether we should…”