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Representing practitioner experiences through Learning Design and Patterns

This paper by Patrick McAndrew reviews the potential of the learning design specification and an alternative framework of architectural patterns as means of representing practice, drawing on the findings of the project. A particular focus is on representing and sharing vocabularies. The paper is part of the Research Study on the effectiveness of resources, tools and support services used by practitioners in designing and delivering e-learning activites funded by the e-Learning Programme.

The link address is: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/uploaded_documents/practioner-patterns-v2.doc

20 Apr, 2005
 

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