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Terminology Bulletin 251
By Silvia Pavel. The E-Learning Glossary contains over a thousand specialized terms pertaining to educational practices (e.g. structure and delivery of knowledge, curriculum design, use of pedagogical tools, learning and teaching strategies), the main players (e.g. learners, teachers, service and content providers), the places where e-learning activities occur (e.g. virtual and traditional universities and classrooms), and the means by which they are carried out (e.g. audio- and videoconferences, cyberspace, electronic bulletin boards, online workstations).
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