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|Title:||E-Learning in Information Management Education in Sri Lanka: Discussion of a research model|
Information Management Education
|Abstract:||This is a part of a PhD research. This research project aims to explore and understand the contextual factors that have significant impact on the use of e-learning in tertiary level Information Management (IM) education in Sri Lanka. The Quality Assurance and Accreditation Council of Sri Lanka recommended that one of the IM education providers should ?take necessary step to commence e-learning? with the goal of increasing equality of access to IM education. However, it is unclear what the necessary step might be, and what factors have significant impact on the use of e-learning. This will be an interpretive case research study using qualitative data collection techniques. A preliminary model of factors has been developed based on literature review and relevant theories and will be used to guide the proposed research. That model will be modified based on data from fieldwork to assist IM educators in Sri Lanka to guide the use of e-learning in tertiary level IM education in Sri Lanka.|
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