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It is argued in this thesis that it is vital to seek to develop e-learning teaching and learning strategies in higher education that support approaches with an emphasis on the innovative and cutting edge educational strategies related to education for sustainability. Education for sustainability should be learner centred and will require a significant shift for both academics and students alike. It is essential that all academics who are willing to engage in this process acknowledge that they too are learners and will need to reflect on their teaching and learning practice if we are to develop a truly sustainable global e-learning environment.
Donnelly, R. (2005). The Tutor's Role in Propagating Blended Problem-based Learning in Higher Education: a Case Study Approach. Graduate Student Doctoral Research Conference, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, January 31-February 1.