An Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) environment needs to be extended beyond technical drivers to pedagogical and organizational dimensions that focus on the interaction between the learner and the learning environment. In fact, effective elearning resources can not only be used to complement face-to-face education or replace the classroom for distance education, but can also facilitate the integration of student interaction and real-world scenarios into the learning process. The use of highly interactive and virtual resources can support authentic learning where students can relate to and experience real world contexts in their learning. This was the main road that helped us in developing one of the most powerful ADL systems in the military education institution. This experience could be extended to the civilian and corporate realms to serve as a guide in the tentative design of such a system.
"Designing The Military Advanced Distributed Learning System,"
Internet Learning: Vol. 2
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/internetlearning/vol2/iss1/3
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