E-Learning: Engineering, On-Job Training and Interactive Teaching is published by in January 2016. This book has 248 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-9535102830.
This book provides information on the On-Job Training and Interactive Teaching for E-learning.
Adaptive E-learning was proposed to be suitable for students with unique profiles, particular interests, and from different domains of knowledge, so profiles may consider specific goals of the students, as well as different preferences, knowledge level, learning style, rendering psychological profile, and more. Another approach to be taken into account today is the self-directed learning.
The book is divided into four sections.
The first section covers motivations to be considered for E-learning while the second section presents challenges concerning E-learning in areas like Engineering, Medical education and Biological Studies.
New approaches to E-learning are introduced in the third ection, and the last section describes the implementation of E-learning Environments.