Experiential Learning in Online Environments

In addition, the use of a collaborative online environment for producing educational videos was shown to be an effective approach to promoting experiential learning. In the final analysis, it is reasonable to conclude that as educators gain more experience with online educational programs, there will be further integration of experiential learning opportunities that will draw on the multimedia-savvy strengths of todays learners.

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