E-learning publications

Responding to Learners

‘Responding to Learners’, is a resource pack which offers recommendations on how institutions can better respond to learners’ expectations and uses of technology, as well as practical guidance on how to embed learners’ voices more effectively into institutional processes and practice. The pack brings together the research findings from the ‘Learner Experiences of e-Learning’ theme which funded a total of ten projects from 2005 to 2009, and involved over 200 learners in qualitative research with more than 3000 survey respondents. See (here)

Managing Curriculum Change

‘Managing Curriculum Change’, investigates how technology can help make curriculum design processes more responsive and the experience of learning more engaging, inclusive and rewarding. The publication visualises a curriculum lifecycle, with a focus on who needs to be involved to help theory become reality. The written report is supported by the web based Design Studio , is a dynamic online toolkit hosted by JISC InfoNet, which draws together a range of JISC resources around technology-enhanced curriculum design and delivery. See (here)

Learning Literacies in a Digital Age

The third publication, a briefing paper on learning literacies for a digital age, summarises findings from a recent JISC-funded report of the same name. ‘Learning Literacies in a Digital Age’ explores examples of technology skills provision in UK further and higher education and offers a series of recommendations for institutions which want to evaluate their own provision in this area, based on original data including 15 institutional audits and over 40 examples of innovative practice from across the UK. See (here)

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  1. [...] The e-Learning Programme launched three new publications at the recent ALT-C Conference on Responding to Learners, Managing Curriculum Change and Learning Literacies in a Digital Age. For more information, see (here) [...]

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