This study examines some of the issues and perspectives associated with development and delivery of an undergraduate business degree incorporating elearning. The investigation was undertaken in an Australian University and incorporates the opinions and viewpoints of staff and students - both local and offshore. E-learning is a complex, and often poorly structured knowledge area, with many different issues, influences and agendas. For this reason Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) has been used to develop a model for analysis and for comparison of the issues with the literature.
Finegan, Andrew, "E-Learning: A Study of Issues and Perspectives" (2002). ICEB 2002 Proceedings (Taipei, Taiwan). 94.