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Connecting Transitions and Independent Learning: an evaluation of read-write web approaches (CoTIL)
(Higher Education Academy, 2009)
DMU e-Learning Pathfinder Project: Web2.0 Cultures: Final Report.
(Higher Education Academy, 2008)
The impact of web2.0 on students’ writing and on the curriculum: a comparative study
(Barcelona: iated, 2009)
The impact of Web 2.0 technologies on pedagogic approaches and the curricula is an emerging area of interest for academic staff. Tools such as blogs and wikis are used as part of student learning with a range of different ...
DMU e-Learning Pathfinder Project: Web2.0 Cultures
(De Montfort University, 2008)
The impact of read/write web approaches on the curriculum priorities of PG Cert HE participants
(University of Hertfordshire, 2008)
Whether the read/write web, or Web 2.0, can enhance learner engagement within higher education is a central focus of current e-learning research. The implications of the read/write web, for: the personalisation of learning; ...
Mobilising Remote Student Engagement: the MoRSE Project, Final Report
(Joint Information Systems Committee, 2010)