"E-learning is less effective than classroom teaching."
"Teaching online is less interactive than classroom instruction."
Many concerns exist about e-learning and other forms of technology-based learning, but what does the evidence and other instructors’ experience actually say? This session explores some of the most common concerns about e-learning and provides evidence and examples to address these concerns.
Saul Carliner is Concordia’s e-Learning Fellow as well as Director of the Education Doctoral Program and an Associate Professor in the Department of Education. His research and teaching focus on the design of materials for learning and communication in the workplace, as well as the management of groups that produce these materials. Among his 8 books are Designing e-Learning, Advanced Web-Based Training and The e-Learning Handbook.
In 2011, Saul Carliner was inducted into the Provost’s Circle of Distinction.