Kibern. vyčisl. teh., 2017, Issue 4 (190), pp.
Synytsya K.M., PhD (Engineering)
Deputy Director on Research
International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies
and Systems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
Acad. Glushkova av., 40, Kiev, 03187, Ukraine
E-LEARNING MODELS ANALYSIS FOR LIFE-LONG LEARNING
Introduction. E-learning models reflect various aspects of ICT application in education but they are not intended for reflecting long periods of time, multiple sources of information or dynamic control from the learner’s side. These and other features are important for lifelong learning modeling aimed at the use of individual’s data for raising efficiency of learning.
The purpose of the paper is to review e-learning models that describe a framework, abstract architecture or a reference model to identify potential prototype for lifelong e-learning model and to outline the requirements to its construction.
Results. The study reveals typical features of the e-learning models grouped according to the level of abstraction and connection to technology and pedagogy. It describes lifelong learning specifics and models that could be considered during the lifelong e-learning modeling, although none of the existing models could serve as a unique prototype. A set of requirements to lifelong e-learning model is suggested.
Conclusion. Lifelong e-learning model should be presented as a set of views that are relevant to actors in e-learning and reflect longevity, multiple sources, context of learning, management and learner’s control, collection and sharing the data about learning. The main purpose of it could be in identification of components, tools and processes that should be implemented for intelligent and efficient lifelong learning support
Keywords: e-learning, lifelong learning, e-learning framework, reference model, learner-centric model, requirements to e-learning model
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