Academic Integrity

Academic integrity can be understood as the ethical code of academia. As moral and ethical perceptions may vary amongst different cultures and generations - in an increasingly collaborative, globalized, and information-based world - it is imperative for educational institutions, educators, teachers and instructional designers to consider different perceptions of academic integrity in their practice and strategies.
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Universidad Mayor de Chile: Adopting E-Learning Technology Step by Step

Laura Orozco

Santiago de Chile, Chile For universities worldwide, the quality of education offered to their students is a main priority. This is why, with each new technology that becomes available to simplify learning processes, great opportunities for improvement open up for institutions. Adopting technology effectively often means casting aside traditional, analogue teaching methods, and gradually implementing new tools…

About E-learn

We help facilitate a more fluid sharing of ideas, perspectives, and practices for the purpose of achieving student and institutional success.

E-Learn is a Community Openness Initiative started by Blackboard. Functioning as a cooperative, 
E-Learn works with contributors to create and share meaningful dialogue, and action, around
 current topics in education.