(2005). E-learning, democracy and social exclusion: Issues of access and retention in the United Kingdom.
In: Carr-Chelman, Alison A. ed.
Global perspectives on E-learning: rhetoric and reality.
USA: Sage Publications, Inc., pp. 89–100.
This chapter surveys the current stae of e-learning in the UK with particular reference to issues of access and retention. It concludes that some of the expectations surrounding e-learning's supposed potential to revolutionise learning and teaching, remove barriers to learning and reduce costs, are unlikely to be fulfilled in the near future without a great deal of imaginative consideration of its current problems.
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