E-learning's role in bridging the digital divide in the APEC region
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by A Higgins
The paper offers a model showing the relationships existing between the lifelong learning agenda, the knowledge economy and marginalised communities. Experiences reported from the Asia Pacific region will be addressed. The paper identifies different kinds of marginalisation and demonstrates how e-education can be used to enhance access to learning. The model also indicates that social, political, financial and pedagogical issues need to be considered when developing incentives to engage in e-education for lifelong learning.
Category 1 - Australian Competitive Grants (this includes ARC, NHMRC)
Parent TitleInternational Lifelong Learning Conference : papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 16-19 June 2002.
Number of Pages9
PublisherCentral Queensland University
Place of PublicationRockhampton, Qld.
External Author AffiliationsCentral Queensland University; University of Otago;