Lifelong Learning and Greek Diaspora towards the Global Information Society: Suggested e- Learning Monitoring Methodology (e-LMM)
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Anastasiades, P. (2005). Lifelong Learning and Greek Diaspora towards the Global Information Society: Suggested e- Learning Monitoring Methodology (e-LMM). In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 501-508). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The presence of more than 4.000.000 individuals of Greek origin in more than 100 countries the world over and the systematic teaching of the Greek language and culture to these individuals, in at least 40 of these countries, evidence that the training of teachers of Greek emigrants is crucial to the maintenance, cultivation and promotion of the Greek language and culture both to students of Greek origin who live abroad. Knowledge towards the information Society recognized as the most important factor in modern times. The University of Crete and the Laboratory Of Intercultural And Migration Studies (Ediamme) implemented a Web Based Blended Learning Environment for the training of teachers of the diaspora, both of which constitute one of the most important national priorities vis-à-vis «global Hellenism». The objective of this paper is to present the theoretical background and the methodology which have been developed, to implement an e- Learning Monitoring Methodology (e-LMM)
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