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Mapping Theory to Practice and Practice to Tool functionality based on the Practitioners' perspective

This study by Chris Fowler and Terry Mayes is part of the e-learning Models Desk Study study carried out by Chimera: Institute of Socio-technical Innovation and Research, University of Essex under Professor Chris Fowler. This study took a practitioner perspective and then explored the relationship between that perspective and existing theories (pedagogical , e-learning models etc), and existing resources (tools, technologies etc). The purpose of such mappings is to create theoretically grounded e-learning solutions as illustrated through a series of case studies. This report identifies key features of learning activity design and presents structured relations among these features in the form of (conceptually legitimate) exemplars or scenarios. This report is a PDF file.

The link address is: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/uploaded_documents/Stage%202%20Mapping%20(Version%201).pdf

15 Jun, 2005
 

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