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In many ways, surfing is a good metaphor for navigating the turbulent waters of e-learning in Christian Higher Education. E-learning requires having the right equipment, knowing the right processes and proceduires, and developing the right skills through continual practice. Some teachers and administrators develop e-learning courses and programs without developing the appropriate infrastructures to support e-learning courses. The result is frustrated strudens and teachers. Effective e-learning requires knowledge and skills in educational theories and practices.
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