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Case Studies on Innovative Practice with e-Learning – Illustrating effective practice

A series of case studies illustrating examples of INNOVATIVE practice in relation to e-learning in the post-16 and HE communities has been produced. The case studies illustrate a range of different approaches to e-learning, and include examples from further education, higher education and adult and community learning. Using the six requirements identified in the Research study (Work package 2), the programme set out to provide case studies that were ‘usable, contextualised, adaptable, designed to support professional learning and owned by the communities that produced them’. The case studies needed to focus on the issues that are of relevance to learning design, i.e. those features identified in the elearning models project: learner roles and needs, available tools and resources, subject domain.

The link address is: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/elp_innov_casestudies.html

15 Jun, 2005
 

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