Design patterns have become popular in the domains of architecture, software design, human computer interaction, Web 2.0, organizational structures, and pedagogy as a way to communicate successful practical knowledge. Patterns capture proven solutions for recurrent problems with respect to fitting contexts.
Investigations of E-Learning Patterns: Context Factors, Problems and Solutions poses the question: Will e-learning patterns be equally successful as their pendant in software development or is the remake doomed to failure? This comprehensive publication addresses both e-learning practitioners and researchers, using an accessible language to communicate sophisticated knowledge and important research methods and results. It is a valuable addition to any research collection.