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Wednesday, November 03, 2004

A guide to effective practice with e-learning

The JISC Learning and Teaching committee is funding an e-learning Programme to run until August 2007. The overarching aim of the programme is to identify how e-learning approaches might be used to facilitate learning and to advise on how these approaches might be implemented.

The programme focuses on four areas:

  1. e-learning and Pedagogy
  2. Technical Framework and Tools for e-Learning
  3. Innovation
  4. Distributed e-Learning

The first publication from the e-Learning and Pedagogy strand ‘Effective Practice with e-Learning', was launched recently at the RSC Learning Journey Conference. The booklet is a practitioner-focused publication outlining the key principles and theoretical perspectives underpinning designing effective learning with technology. It also has ten 10 new case studies, five of which have accompanying video clips on a complementary CD-ROM.

Copies of this guide will be distributed to all UK post-16 and HE institutions in early November. A pdf version of the guide is also available on the website.


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