Achieving Systemic eLearning Change: A Flight of Fancy or Realizable Reality?

DOHERTY, Iain (eLearning Pedagogical Support Unit, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. The University of Hong Kong)

Time:
10 May (Fri), 16:40-17:00
Venue:
MWC405-406
Sub-theme:
E-leadership: Socio-cultural Dimensions of E-learning and Systemic Change
Presentation format:
Paper Presentations
Medium of instruction:
English 英語

Abstract

Systemic change refers to change that effects the institution as a whole. Achieving systemic eLearning change within an institute of higher education involves a complex process of transforming the socio-cultural environment so that eLearning becomes simply a part of the way that things are done within an institution. In this presentation we will analyze systemic change in terms of these two component parts – social change and cultural change – and critically discuss whether the notion of systemic eLearning change is a flight of fancy of a realizable reality.

 

 

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Iain DOHERTY’s biography

Director, eLearning Pedaogical Support Unit

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