Quality Standards in eLearning: A matrix of analysis
Most institutions of postsecondary and higher education are creating or adopting quality statements, standards, and criteria regarding their niche of the “eLearning enterprise.” In doing so, they have a tendency to reinvent the wheel. This article summarizes current published quality standards in the US, and analyzes and organizes them into a nine-cell matrix. It concludes with discussion of emerging issues with respect to the nine standards-areas.
Key Terms: ELearning, online learning, Web-based learning, quality standards; development, delivery and support of online learning
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