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  1. 1. + Post-Secondary Education Globalization Queen’s University Film 436 By: Lauren Ball
  2. 2. E-learning = Evolution of learningImage by: nbklx17 [flickr]
  3. 3. + Image by: Quang Minh [flickr]
  4. 4. “Canada is one of the most educated populations in the world” Image by: Shawncalhoun [flickr]
  5. 5. “Canada’s younger generations is primed toImage by: lupe1515 exploit the potential of learning technologies” [flickr]
  6. 6. Post-secondary education has come to be expected for future generationsImage by: frog miller [flickr]
  7. 7. “Canadian post-secondary institutions have been slower than those in many other countries to incorporate significant online components into their programs” Image by: L*ali [flickr}
  8. 8. Image by: Alberta Community profiles[flickr]
  9. 9. “E-learning changes the students’ experience as well as the instructors”Image by: uninnsbruck [flickr]
  10. 10. Image by: UBC library [flickr]
  11. 11. “Knowledge-base economies require a highly flexible and adaptable workforce that can continually change as the world changes around them”Image by: wojiaowuwei [flickr]
  12. 12. Image by: citrixonline[flickr]
  13. 13. E-learning can be seen as a “natural progression” in our first world environmentImage by: courosa [flickr]
  14. 14. Africa has the highest percentage of people aged 15 to 24 in the world Image by: Markus Berget [flickr]
  15. 15. Image by: whiteafrican [flickr]“Having and developing equal access to information, and therefore technology, is the basis for nations to develop the infrastructure to support learning”
  16. 16. Image by: MUA [flickr]
  17. 17. Image by: Lubuto library project [flickr]
  18. 18. “The digital divide is a learning divide – digital is the means through which children learn learning”Image by: yajimari21 [flickr]
  19. 19. Image by: bernard90[flickr]
  20. 20. + Sources http://www.ccl-cca.ca/pdfs/E-learning/E-Learning_ExecSum_EN.pdf http://understandinge-branding.com/about/ http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,252605,00.html http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4445060.stm http://www.elearning-africa.com/ http://ebooks.narotama.ac.id/files/Encyclopedia%20of%20Information%20Science%20and%2 0Technology%20(2nd%20Edition)/Issues%20of%20E- Learning%20in%20Third%20World%20Countries.pdf http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001262/126230e.pdf http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ers0303/rs/ers03036.pdf

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