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Potential implications of the online learning innovation fund
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Interdisciplinary design to support learning design
Global resources for on-line education
Back to basics: the web, academic values, and Sakai
Education in a changing world: teachers and technology
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Online 'student common rooms'
Introducing a radiofrequency clicker system: staff perceptions
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WikiVet
A learner's perspective
by Beverley Panto

17-wikivet-coverWikiVet is a peer reviewed, comprehensive curriculum wiki to enhance the teaching of veterinary medicine. Beverley Panto provides a student perspective on WikiVet's benefits.



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Interdisciplinary design to support learning design
by Liz Masterman

17-masterman-coverThe Learning Design Support Environment project is designing an online environment that will allow lecturers to experiment with innovative approaches to the curriculum via creative use of digital technology.

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Global resources for on-line education
Envisioning a research agenda for the future of technology and education
by Beverly Park Woolf and Burton I. Woolf

The Global Resources for on-line Education (GROE) project aims to set out a long range vision for educational technology and to outline a path for realising this vision via an intentional program of research.

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Back to basics: the web, academic values, and Sakai
by Clay Fenlason

The latest version of the Sakai collaboration and learning environment, Sakai 3 has been developed from a deep reflection on the VLE's mixed record of support for the academic mission.

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Education in a changing world: teachers and technology
by Peter Twining

The Open University and e-skills UK have been commissioned to lead a £5.65million programme to bring about a step change in the teaching and use of ICT in schools and sixth form colleges in England.

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