Entrepreneurship Education and Experiential E-Learning: A Literature Review

Kimberley McFarland


The purpose of the literature review is to identify and explore relevant work relating to experiential e-learning and entrepreneurship education.  Generally, entrepreneurship education is not offered as part of the core curriculum for secondary students.  Yet, out of necessity many young people in developing nations will begin a business venture.  This literature review will focus on Experiential Learning Theory, e-learning, ee-learning, and entrepreneurial literacy.  After looking at these different areas, there appears to be a gap in the research where experiential learning and the use of technology to teach entrepreneurial literacy converge.  Experiential e-learning could be an effective way to impart entrepreneurial and business literacy to youths.

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