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New Innovative Practice with e-Learning guide

Ros Smith
Last modified 15 Sep, 2005
Published 14 Sep, 2005
The e-Learning and Innovation strand of the e-Learning Programme has released its first publication, Innovative Practice with e-Learning.

This guide to embedding mobile and wireless technologies into everyday practice builds on the case study approach adopted in Effective Practice with e-Learning and shows how mobile and wireless learning can develop alongside established forms of e-learning.

The guide is approachable and informative, and integrates the findings of reports and case studies commissioned through the e-Learning and Innovation strand, identifying both challenges and benefits arising from the use of six commonly found mobile devices. It comes with a supplementary CD-ROM which contains extended versions of all of the ten case studies in the publication, video clips for five of the case studies, an e-learning audit tool, and planning tools for use of mobile and wireless technologies. These have been designed as separate downloadable tools for use by institutional managers, e-learning managers or practitioners. In total, Innovative Practice with e-Learning represents a complete package for those managers and practitioners planning to implement mobile and wireless technologies.

The guide was launched at ALT-C on 6th September 2005 with a workshop entitled, *‘Innovative practice with mobile and wireless technologies – how can the newer technologies make a difference to teaching and learning?’* The publication is to be distributed to further and higher education institutions across the UK and is also available from the JISC Regional Support Centres.

You can order a copy of the guide from the JISC web site


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