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THE LEVEL OF INDIVIDUALIZATION AS A ONE OF QUALITY DIMENSIONS OF E-LEARNING

THE LEVEL OF INDIVIDUALIZATION AS A ONE OF QUALITY DIMENSIONS OF E-LEARNING
Irena Pulak (Poland)
 
Abstract:The goal of this article is to examine the issue of individualization of the learning process in e-learning systems and blended learning as an element of evaluating the quality of courses. This aspect of on-line learning is often omitted or treated marginally. Modern research on the learning process indicates that there is significant importance in adjusting the learning environment to the individual learning needs and preferences of the learner. Popular methodical and technical solutions in on-line learning and distance education should also incorporate and support actions that allow for the individualization and personalization of the widely understood process of teaching and learning. This, in turn, will indirectly contribute to improving the effectiveness and overall quality of learning.
The considerations presented in this article showcase a variety of forms, activities and tools that support the individualization of learning and teaching in e-education. Certain criteria for evaluating the quality of e-learning courses have been proposed which indicate the level of individualization in various aspects of learning.
Keywords: e-learning, blended learning, quality of e-learning, individualization, personalization
THE LEVEL OF INDIVIDUALIZATION AS A ONE OF QUALITY DIMENSIONS OF E-LEARNING
 
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