Definitions

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  • noun Learning by means of a computer, especially over the Internet.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ learning

Examples

  • The National Science Foundation defines "cyberlearning" as "the use of networked computing and communications technologies to support learning."

    Technology4Teachers

  • Given the need to educate millions, perhaps billions, who otherwise remain ignorant of what is happening in our world today, there may be no alternative other than cyberlearning.

    John M. Eger: Cyberschools, Cyberlearning Integral to Education's Future

  • Given the need to educate millions, perhaps billions, who otherwise remain ignorant of what is happening in our world today, there may be no alternative other than cyberlearning.

    John M. Eger: Cyberschools, Cyberlearning Integral to Education's Future

  • They say that the longer kids stick with cyberlearning, the better they do: Only 39% of students pass state math exams when they've been enrolled in K12 schools for less than a year, compared to 48% for kids enrolled at least one full school year.

    My Teacher Is an App

  • They say that the longer kids stick with cyberlearning, the better they do: Only 39% of students pass state math exams when they've been enrolled in K12 schools for less than a year, compared to 48% for kids enrolled at least one full school year.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • Other educational initiatives include a 'cyberlearning transforming education' programme to bring advanced learning technologies such as networked computing to students at all levels.

    Scientific American

  • This new role seeks to leverage the transformative nature of digital information, the World Wide Web, and the correspondingly emergent models of cyberlearning and eResearch for research libraries.

    Association of Research Libraries - Full Feed

  • This new role seeks to leverage the transformative nature of digital information, the World Wide Web, and the correspondingly emergent models of cyberlearning and eResearch for research libraries.

    Association of Research Libraries - Full Feed

  • The report of the NSF Task Force on Cyberlearning, Fostering Learning in the Networked World: The Cyberlearning Opportunity and Challenge, A 21st Century Agenda for the National Science Foundation, identifies cyberlearning as having "†¦ the potential to transform education throughout a lifetime, enabling customized interaction with diverse learning materials on any topic ..."

    Technology4Teachers

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