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A typology of effective interventions that support e-learning practice

This paper by Rhona Sharpe is part of the Research Study on the effectiveness of resources, tools and support services used by practitioners in designing and delivering elearning activities – Moving on practice, carried out by Martin Oliver. The typology presents a number of characteristics of effective interventions and illustrates how these characteristics might operate in the context of working with resources, individuals and groups or wider change. The typology is not intended to be a 'how to' guide. The authors suggest here that the kind or type of intervention (which might be a resource, tool, service or combination of all of these) is less important than the way it is generated and used. The typology is also used to cross-reference the other project documentation.

The link address is: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/uploaded_documents/typology%20v3.1.doc

15 Jun, 2005
 

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