In this paper, an e-learning pilot project at the Széchenyi István University will be introduced. This experiment may be the first one in graduate distant learning education, in Hungary. Management of the University has realized that because of the lack of human resources and capacity- while too many applicants- traditional distant learning methods can not cope with today’s requirements. Our Goal is the gradual introduction of e-learning technology into the traditional part-time learning: • Develop e-learning material (by authoring systems) • Provide students with a Content Delivery System (via internet/intranet) • Run a Learning Management System. First, we were thinking about designing and implementing a self-made e-learning framework, but we have realized that the system to be introduced must be: • professional, developed by reputed SW companies • widely implemented with good references • continuously evolving and updated • strong in direct support in details, to
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