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  • Khan Opens NATO Forum
    Founder of modern e-Learning opens 2014 NATO e-Learning Forum
  • Endorses for Mobile Learning



  • eLearn Mag Interviews Khan
    A Look at Web-based Instruction Today: An interview with Badrul Khan, Part 1 - Part 2
  • Recognizing Proud Son


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  Khan's e-learning Predictions
  eLearn Magazine

  E-Learning Framework   Badrul Khan describes the dimensions of the e-learning framework

  MOOC Framework

  PeopleProcessProduct Model

  E-Learning Evaluation Model

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Badrul Khan's conference and other recent events information
 
  Book SIGNING 
  @ Barnes & Noble
 
  Book Discussion & Invited 
  Speech at Harvard University
 
  Presentations of books' events
  worldwide.
 
 
 
Badrul Khan's educational technolog magazine columnn


  Interviews with Badrul Khan
  Educational Technology
  Magazine's Regular column


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Badrul Khan presented his best-selling Web-Based Instruction book to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web.

Badrul & Tim Berners-Lee
delivered eLI2012 Keynotes



Badrul Khan presented his best-selling Flexible Learning book to Nobel Laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus. Interview with Nobel Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus
Badrul Khan's E-Learning Framework is adopted by Access to Information (A2i) programme in Bangladesh.
Khan's Framework Adopted
by A2I Bangladesh

Photos from International Conferences

YouTube Videos
by Khan


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When passion becomes profession, then life is no longer boring. E-learning is my passion and profession.
Badrul Khan

Badrul H. Khan, Ph.D. is a world-renowned speaker, author, educator and consultant in the field of e-learning and educational technology. Professor Khan has the credit of first coining the phrase Web based instruction and popularizing the concept through his 1997 best-selling Web-Based Instruction book which paved the way for the new field of e-learning. Known as the founder of modern e-learning, Dr. Khan has been honored with many awards and worldwide acclamation throughout his career. In recognition of his unique contribution to the field of e-learning coupled with his services to worldwide e-learning communities, Egyptian E-Learning University Council on August 13, 2012 appointed Dr. Badrul Khan as an honorary distinguished professor of e-learning.

He served as the founding Director of the Educational Technology Leadership (ETL) graduate cohort program at The George Washington University. He also served as the founding Director of the Educational Technology (ET) graduate program at the University of Texas, Brownsville. He served as an Instructional Developer and Evaluation Specialist in the School of Medicine at Indiana University, Indianapolis. He received a B.A. in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.

While growing up in Chittagong, Bangladesh during the 1970s, Badrul Khan used to dream about having access to well-designed learning resources available only to students in industrial countries. In the '70s it was unthinkable to have equal access to those resources. In the '90s, with the emergence of the World Wide Web, Khan's dream of equal access to quality learning resources became a reality. His desire for broadly available distributed learning systems and his scholarly grounding in the field of educational systems design and technology have enabled him to present a total vision for educational and training possibilities of the new worldwide communications technologies.

Through his teaching and publishing, Professor Khan has been instrumental in creating a coherent framework for Web-based instruction, training, and learning. In his first book, Web-Based Instruction, he took a leadership role in defining the critical dimensions of this new field of inquiry and practice at all levels of education. Reflecting its enormous acceptance worldwide, Web-Based Instruction has become a bestseller and has been adopted by over 350 colleges and universities worldwide. His second book Web-Based Training is a landmark book that covers all aspects of Internet's World Wide Web for training at all levels.

He continues to advance the discourse in the field of distance learning. His contribution to the field of open and distributed learning is recognized throughout the world. As a result, his Managing E-Learning Strategies and E-Learning Quick Checklist books are published in several languages by several publishers located around the world. His 2007 book Flexible Learning in an Information Society includes case studies, design models, strategies, and critical issues encompassing the multiple dimensions of his E-Learning Framework. His publication plan is to author/edit eight different books using the eight dimensions of his e-learning framework. The books User Interface Design for Virtual Environments: Challenges and Advances , Learning on Demand: ADL and Future of e-Learning, and International Handbook of E-Learning are part of the plan.

A sought-after keynote speaker on e-learning and blended-learning, Khan is past President (1999-2000) of the International Division of the Association for Educational and Communication Technology (AECT). He delivered keynote addresses at the various distance learning conferences in the USA and abroad. He was one of the select few experts invited to a symposium on virtual education organized by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). He served as a consultant/advisor to distance education and educational technology related projects at the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, US Federal departments, including Department of Education, Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and Department of Health and Human Services; Ministry of Education in several countries, and academic institutions and corporations in the USA and abroad.

He interviews visionary leaders around the world who implemented technology based education in their regions or institutions for a regular column of the Educational Technology magazine entitled Interviews with Badrul Khan. He is a contributing editor of Educational Technology (USA), He previously served as a consulting editor of The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (Canada) and The Arab Journal of Open Learning (Yemen), a member of the editorial advisory board of the eLearning Digest (UAE), a member of the editorial board of Distance Education (Australia), a member of the editorial board of Review of Education at Distance (Brazil), a member of editorial advisory board of Media and Technology for Human Resource Development (India), a member of the scientific committee of Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society (Italy), a member of the advisory board of International Journal of Learning Technology (UK), and a member of the advisory board of Indian Journal of Training & Development (India).

His email address is:


badrulkhan2003 @ yahoo.com



Badrul Khan Website .
   List of Badrul Khan's elearning books User Interface Design for Virtual Environments: Challenges and Advances Book by Badrul Khan

Managing E-Learning Book by Badrul Khan

Learning on Demand: ADLand the Future of e-Learning 
 Book by Robert Wisher and Badrul Khan

E-Learning QUICK Checklist Book by Badrul Khan

Korean version Book by Badrul Khan

Web-Based Training Book by Badrul Khan

Web-Based Instruction Book by Badrul Khan

Flexible Learning Book by Badrul Khan

Italian version Book by Badrul Khan

Chinese version Book by Badrul Khan

Arabic version Book by Badrul Khan

Slovakian version Book by Badrul Khan

Persian version e-learning Book by Badrul Khan