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This collection synthesises outputs from the JISC Learner Experiences of e-Learning programme. The programme spanned two phases over four years from 2005-2009. It comprised nine research projects in total (two in phase one and seven in phase two), employed mixed method approaches, and had the sustained involvement of over 200 learners and more than 3000 survey respondents. Five national workshops were run disseminating the methods and findings.
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Learners’ Experiences of e-Learning: Workshop Materials
Role play: implications for institutions
This activity is designed to help participants consider institutional implications of findings about learners’ experiences of e-learning.
Table of Bridging the Gap scenarios
Learner profiles: Summary descriptive statistics drawn from learner profiles returned to the Synthesis and Support Project. The profiles analysed here concern only sustained engagement by participants in the programme
Learners Experiences of E-learning Synthesis Report: Explaining Learner Differences
Personal and institutional diagram
Choices and adaptations Diagram
LexDis online database of guides, tips and strategies for working smarter
Learners experiences of e-learning - outputs, projects and key findings
'Day in a life' cards activity
Strategies of effective e-learners activity