Active e-learning … defining

Hands on learning engages the learner immediately and effectively.
Active e-learning is a hybrid learning environment which integrates hands on activities which engage the learner in physical interaction with the real world with a structured social learning environment to facilitate knowledge discovery and exchange among all participants.
A specific example of such a hybrid e-learning course would be Ken Mudge’s “How, When and Why of Grafting” – sample lesson or the course home page

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