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Using a developmental approach to enhance students' learning: A model of learning support for both traditional and non-traditional learners.
A traditional deficit approach to supporting learning, that is reactive, remedial and specialist, is costly, and limited in its impact. (Cottrell, 2001; Wolfendale, 1996; Peelo and Wareham, 2002;Tinto, 1997). The result ...
Implementing the virtual library: the ELINOR project at De Montfort University
The ELINOR (Electronic Library and INformation Online Retrieval) project to develop a digitized collection of undergraduate texts and other learning materials has been operating at De Montfort University since March ...
Start with the learner
Teaching information literacy is about empowering users, not following a sterile curriculum. To be effective, we need to provide a mixture of teaching and learning activities to accommodate diversity.
CORSALL: collaboration in research support by academic libraries in Leicestershire: final report
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Towards a fusion of formal and informal learning environments: the impact of the Read/Write Web
The read/write web, or Web 2.0, offers ways for users to personalise their online existence, and to develop their own critical identities though their control of a range of tools. Exerting control enables those users to ...
The Impact of the Read/Write Web on Learner Agency
This article scopes some of the key political elements in the higher educational use of the read/write web, or Web2.0 as it is commonly known. It investigates ways in which these tools can be used to enhance deliberative ...