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Aligning learning, teaching and assessment using the web: an evaluation of pedagogic approaches
Biggs has argued that teaching is most effective when it supports those activities appropriate to understanding the curriculum objectives. This paper uses Biggs’ argument to analyse how a UK higher education initiative, ...
A Literature Review of Universal Design for Learning
This literature review is comprised of four sections: 1) A focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), examining the existing literature and key issues in the field. 2) An exploration of how UDL fits with wider ...
Change management in UKHE – a case study of a large-scale multimedia roll-out at De Montfort University
Implementing large-scale change in organisations requires careful management of the outputs and the effect on those who will be impacted by the change (academic colleagues) and those who will benefit from the change ...
Occupation: a place to deliberate the socio-history of re-production.
(Roundhouse Journal, University of Leeds, 2011)
Connecting transitions and independent learning in higher education: evaluating the impact of the read/write web on the first-year student experience
(Barcelona: iated, 2009)
Recent studies on the student experience in Higher Education highlight that a framework of technologies, including both institutional and non-institutional, read/write web tools, are crucial in connecting students’ informal ...
DigiLit Leicester: 2014 Survey Results.
(Leicester City Council, 2014)
Can higher education enable its learners’ digital autonomy?
(Napier University: Edinburgh, 2008)
DMU e-Learning Pathfinder Project: Web2.0 Cultures: Final Report.
(Higher Education Academy, 2008)
Battery Farming or Free Ranging: towards citizen participation in e-learning environments
(e-learning and digital media, 2006)
This article presents a model for conceptualising learner involvement in online environments. It takes as its starting point the emerging approach to service-user engagement in public-sector change in the United Kingdom. ...
Evaluating the Context of On-line History Teaching: The First Year of the Chic Project
(The Open University, 1999)