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JISC ITT: Research study into learner experiences of e-learning

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Last modified 29 Mar, 2005
Published 08 Mar, 2005
Focusing on what learners think of e-learning

JISC ITT: Research study into learner experiences of e-learning for the Pedagogy strand of the JISC e-Learning Programme

The (JISC) invites tenders from consultants and research teams with suitable expertise to carry out a research study into learner experiences of e-learning, under the Pedagogy strand of the JISC e-Learning Development Programme. The research study forms part of the ‘Understanding my learning’ theme of work, which is exploring learner perspectives on e-learning. Outputs from this theme will be used to inform those involved in the support of student learning, and to promote the development of effective environments for learning, both directly through the JISC e-Learning Programme and through dissemination to partner agencies and networks.

Funding of up to £90,000 (including VAT and expenses) is available for this study and one or more proposals may be selected for funding. It is expected that the study will involve approximately 160–200 consultancy days. The work should begin as soon after the 1 May as possible and must be completed by 30 April 2006.

The deadline for receipt of bids is 13.00 hours on Thursday, 14 April 2005.

Further information including the full Invitation To Tender can be found at the following URL

 

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