Okay, it’s not quite the Royal Institution, but locked unsecurely (or is that insecurely) behind the walls of TEL is a top secret team called LSR. We do all the technical under-the-bonnet work that is required to develop e-learning systems and resources. Within LSR one individual asks:
Why is research vital to the development of e-learning?
The following explains why research and development are important in the generic sense; and summarises some of the research that has been conducted by me over the past seven years.
Hopefully, you’ll learn at least one amazing fact that you didn’t already know; and you’ll find that lots of questions you’ve asked about e-learning are answered below.
Find out the answers to these questions and more:
- What’s the connection between innovation and dinosaurs?
- What links Kodak, Raleigh Bicycles and the Roman Empire?
- When is it time for you to retire?
- What are 21st century skills?
- When will there be an elegant user interface that supports accessibility and mobile devices, plus other goodies?
- What’s social learning?
- Stick with Blackboard or switch to Moodle? – What’s the answer?
- What’s the future of the VLE?
- Web services – what’s that?
- What are the two types of research?
- How do we learn and what’s that got to do with e-learning?
- What’s the future of e-learning?
To get some answers read: About Research and Development