© 2006

Handbook on Quality and Standardisation in E-Learning


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XX
  2. Quality in European e-learning: An introduction

    1. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, Jan M. Pawlowski
      Pages 1-13
  3. Quality in a Europe of diverse systems and shared goals

  4. European quality development: Methods and approaches

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 29-29
    2. Claudio Dondi, Michela Moretti, Fabio Nascimbeni
      Pages 31-50
    3. Julia Flasdick, Lutz P. Michel, Amaury Legait
      Pages 51-64
    4. Christian Stracke
      Pages 79-96
    5. John Erpenbeck, Lutz P. Michel
      Pages 125-141
    6. Thomas Berger, Ulrike Rockmann
      Pages 143-155
    7. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, Lutz Goertz
      Pages 157-169
  5. E-learning standards

About this book


Quality and standardisation in e-learning have become crucial success factors for organisations in learning, education and training: E-Learning has changed from an ‘early adopter’ stage to an integrated part of learning scenarios leading to major changes in educational organisations towards quality orientation.

For building a knowledge society, it is critically important to thoroughly understand quality and standards in e-learning. The handbook provides a cross-national perspective on these issues and draws a clear picture of the situation in quality development and standardisation. It covers topics of a rather foundational nature in quality and standardisation research as well as descriptions of quality approaches, instruments, standards, experiences and best practices. The Handbook is directed to learners, professionals, researchers and policy makers – people creating the next generation of learning.


E-Learning E-Learning Quality Educational Technologies Learning Technology Standards Quality Development Quality Management information system learning organization

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Wirtschaftsinformatik der ProduktionsunternehmenUniversität Duisburg-EssenEssenGermany

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