Distance Learning and Training

Khalil Alsaadat


Progress in information technology has enabled new educational delivery methods such as distance learning and e-learning. As an outcome of this, many universities and colleges have entered this new e-learning world in a major way. For this reason the need for pedagogical and technical knowledge to teach and train using the Internet has emerged, and this knowledge is becoming a core competence for many teachers and trainers (Haverila and Barkhi, 2009). Recently, computer-based assessments that go beyond being reproductions of existing paper and pencil assessments have emerged in various domains of problem solving. These assessments record detailed interactions between the problem solver and the task environment and thereby capture salient solution processes in an unobtrusive way (Zoanitte, 2010). This paper sheds some lights on few methods that make distance training and learning more successful

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.52155/ijpsat.v19.1.748


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