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Reflections on Uptake of e-Learning among teachers, students and other professionals working in secondary and further education in the London area by Mind Map: Reflections on Uptake of e-Learning among teachers, students and other professionals working in secondary and further education in the London area

1. Group 3: work colleagues and friends - challenges

1.1. lack of awareness and skills

1.2. lack of time and money

2. Group 2: students - challenges

2.1. lack of motivation

2.2. lack of time

2.3. some lack of resources

2.4. lack of awareness and skills

3. Group 1: teachers - challenges

3.1. lack of awareness and skills

3.2. lack of time

3.3. focus on preparation for hand-written exams

3.4. concerns around assessment issues

3.5. restrictions in school IT resources

4. Group 2: students - possible solutions

4.1. require e-learning as part of curriculum and therefore as part of assessment

4.2. build on resources that students already have access to and use, e.g., mobile, social network (a Facebook learning section)

4.3. give higher priority to IT as a subject (including programming skills)

5. Group 1: teachers - possible solutions

5.1. develop school e-learning culture through support from Senior Management

5.2. embed e-learning in curriculum and lobby for inclusion in National Curr.

5.3. provide training

5.4. provide planning time

6. Group 3: colleagues and friends - possible solutions

6.1. training

6.2. on-going and increasing availability of open learning resources