The guide‘Effective Practice with e-Learning’ is built around a sequence of ten case studies illustrating practitioners’ solutions to day-to-day challenges. A supporting series of workshops on ‘Planning and Evaluating Effective e-Learning’ are taking place from September 2005 to January 2006. See further information about these events1.
Launched at the Learning Journey Conference in Wolverhampton on 18 October 2004, ‘Effective Practice with e-Learning’ is available in both print and on an accompanying CD-ROM. This first publication from the e-Learning and Pedagogy programme illustrates some of the key implications in designing for learning for practitioners in the UK post-16 sector and offers an insight into how e-learning can be integrated into established practice to benefit both learners and practitioners. Five of the ten case studies are illustrated by video clips to provide visual evidence of the challenges and benefits experienced in a variety of contexts across the sectors.
- See the content of the Effective practice with e-Learning CD-ROM2
- Effective practice with e-Learning3 3 PDF (485 KB)
- Effective practice planner4 (Word)
- Effective practice evaluator5 (Word)
- Case study template6 (Word)
- Download the case studies from this guide7
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