E-benchmarking

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e-benchmarking or ebenchmarking refers to benchmarking of elearning.

“An opportunity, facilitated by a recognized methodology, for rigorous institutional reflection and analysis of e-learning provision, processes and practice which can be used to inform internal decision-making, policy, practice, and further development; and if desired, enables institution to draw their own comparisons with other institutions with whom they have established a relationship and who have undertaken a similar exercise.” (Derek Morrison, quoted by Paul Bacsich in the BenchmarkWiki, retrieved 19:38, 12 November 2007 (MET).

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