Learning Networks as Strategy for Sharing e-Learning Capacity

Royal Roads University of Canada chose to develop its own e-learning software platform in order to ensure that the pedagogy adopted for educating mature adults was embodied in and expressed by the technology learners experienced in distance education courses. Currently, the University seeks to share its experience and its software platform with other institutions struggling with the formidable barriers they confront in beginning to offer online learning. The costs of the resulting “learning networks” are slight for the new adopting institutions, but in the aggregate make it possible for Royal Roads to maintain and enhance its platform

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