Title: Reverse-Engineering of e-Learning Quality Management Themes for the Advancement of Face-to-Face Pedagogy

Year of Publication: Jun - 2014
Page Numbers: 74-85
Authors: Mohamed Bettaz , Isam Al-Fuqaha, Mhamed Mosteghanemi and Mohamed Miloudi
Conference Name: The International Conference on Digital Information, Networking, and Wireless Communications (DINWC2014)
- Czech Republic

Abstract:


This article reflects on the informative experiences collated by the authors throughout their participation in various international e-Learning projects, coordinated by UNESCO and supported by the European Commission, and also in projects supported by various governmental and/or private academic institutions. The objective of the article is to propose an approach that shows how to reverse-engineer many of the knowledge practiced by the e-Learning community to reflect positively on the quality management of face-to-face pedagogy. The authors acted as project leaders, pedagogical and technical experts, as well as researchers and/or e-Learning material developers and/or tutors. The article emanated from the fact that most of the pedagogical activities throughout the world, mainly in developing countries, are still conducted through the face-to-face approach, and that the quality management of the face-to-face type of pedagogy in such countries is still a challenging issue.