Moore, Erik L.
Ina, Donald J.
College for Professional Studies
MS Software and Information Systems
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
As the adoption of e-learning and need for lifelong learning increases, it is vital the administrator of a virtual learning environment continually ensures reliable and secure data. This case study engaged in the initial steps of analyzing the use and security needs of a virtual learning service within a university of Ireland. The university provided two virtual learning services which were comparatively analyzed, from a security and data protection perspective. In addition, survey results obtained from the university user community for one of the e-learning services were examined. Findings from the study were presented as user security requirements and recommendations, when planning future security initiatives of the e-learning services within the university.
Date of Award
© Caroline Horan
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Horan, Caroline, "An Examination of Online Learning Security Requirements Within a Virtual Learning Environment of an Irish University" (2010). Student Publications. 298.