Performance and agility in orchestrating learning online

Lai Yung Yuen, Yue Hong Eric Tsui

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Hybrid learning is taking centre stage and the conductor, by means of visible gestures, directs performances on the e-learning platform. Real-time personalized communication takes place as it does in a harmonious ensemble. Intellectual agility ensures that bottom-line contributors to the performance are in good shape and are fit to contribute in this participatory theatre. In the new knowledge era, everyone gets connected, everything is personalized, and adapted to the digital world. Orchestrating the music on the e-learning platform, the conductor and individual performers are joining forces with the artists to produce the desired response or near perfect performance. The technological world enhances the bottom-line contributions with the latest Web 2.0 instruments which make it increasingly effortless for a conductor to access a world of information both which is comprehensive and yet personal. Furthermore, Web 2.0 applications often help to bring novelty to the stage. In this chapter the authors will adopt an empirical approach to explore how the new but less hyped Web 2.0 instruments will be helping the next generation to make full use of an e-learning platform. They will also explore the strengths and ascertain the suitability of the instruments and demonstrate the process of making such a performance a reality on the platform. This scenario is in support of the Hong Kong SAR Government's initiative of its implementation of the Government Wi-Fi Programme, under the 2008 Digital 21 Strategy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Research on Hybrid Learning Models
Subtitle of host publicationAdvanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications
PublisherIGI Global
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)9781605663807
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2009

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Social Sciences


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