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Lifelong Learning and Systems: A post-Fordist Analysis

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Learning/Course Management Systems (L/CMS) have become an instructional backbone for online instruction. Yet over the course of their inception as a management framework, our knowledge of learning theory had advanced tremendously, resulting in what the authors feel is an antiquated instructional system. This study analyzes five most used L/CMS in K-20 education within a post-Fordist framework that analyzes current capacities of systems to support current learning theory. Findings indicate that... More
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: January 08, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2014
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Send email to patricia.mcgee@utsa.edu
Send email to marybeth.green@utsa.edu
Submitter: Edward Perry
Keywords: learning management system, CMS, learning platform, managed learning environment, Virtual learning environment, Learning Content Management System (L/CMS)

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