Integrating e-learning in all English classes: Success at the half-way point of a five-year project
As more and more schools of higher learning in Japan are being pushed to introduce e-Learning programs, three fundamental barriers have been discovered, namely, funding, staffing and infrastructure. This paper reports on a successful endeavor to implement across its English curriculum a self-study based e-Learning program in the College of Science and Engineering at a private university in Tokyo. This paper traces the program from its conception to implementation, including the transformations it has taken on. The remaining two years of the study will provide researchers with more insight as to how to make even further improvements.
Pagel, J. W., & Reedy, D. W. (2007). Integrating e-learning in all English classes: Success at the half-way point of a five-year project. The JALT CALL Journal, 3(3), 94-109. https://doi.org/10.29140/jaltcall.v3n3.47