Adding ‘Pull’ to ‘Push’ Education in the Context of Neomillennial E-learning: YouTube and the Case of “Diagnosis Wenckebach”
journal contributionposted on 22.05.2017 by Julie Willems
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Electronic learning (e-learning) is now a global phenomenon, with institutions competing for market share. E-learning is defined by Meredith and Burkle as "learning facilitated by internet and www technologies, delivered by way of end-user computing, that creates connectivity between people and information, and creates opportunities for social learning approaches." This shift towards e-learning provides an alternative to, or augments, traditional face-to-face academic environments and text-based correspondence-style distance education.