E-education and Knowledge Acquisition: Pedagogy vs. Technology
In this research, we examine the state of the art. We determine to what degree technology or pedagogy controls knowledge presentation and, ultimately, knowledge acquisition in e-education.
||Knowledge Acquistion, E-learning, Technology, Pedegogy
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.209-214.
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Fataneh Taghaboni-Dutta, Ph. D., is an associate professor of Operations Management at the School of Management at the University of Michigan-Flint. She has received her B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
She has been a faculty at the University Michigan-Flint since 1991, prior to that she was the Ohio State University.
She is involved in teaching undergraduate course in Business as well as MBA. In the last 5 years she has been actively involved in developing on-line course both for graduate level and undergraduate business classes.
Her area of research is in manufacturing, supply-chain management and on-line education. She has published several articles in these topics. She is a senior member of Institute of Industrial Engineering, Member of Institute for Operations Research and Management Science, member Association for Advancement of Computing in Education. She also serves in Editorial board of International Journal of Business Electronic Management.
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