The Knowledge Tree is an e-journal of learning innovation which aims to foster and share in-depth knowledge and promote debate about e-learning and innovative teaching and training practices.
Edition 21 explores the role e-learning can play in addressing social inclusion targets as part of the national vocational education and training (VET) agenda. In an educational context, ‘social inclusion’ involves catering for the diverse needs of learners to promote positive learning experiences and greater participation in training.
With this in mind, Edition 21 examines how e-learning can foster opportunities for equal participation in training and workforce development among equity groups.
Key questions explored in this edition include:
- how e-learning and technology can foster social inclusion
- how e-learning pedagogy and practical strategies can cater for the needs of equity groups
- how technical standards and resource development can ensure accessible and inclusive e-learning resources.
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