Developing Effective e-Learning (1) The Development Pyramid
A new generation of VLE for digitally literate learners.
Paper by 2010 VLE Options Review Group, led by Richard Francis, recommending a move to Moodle.
Students' use of e-learning tools to support their learning
This paper describes some of the findings which have emerged from an in-depth case study
exploring students’ experiences of e-learning.
Learners experiences of e-learning: perception and reality
Innovating e-Learning online conference 2007
Resources to Support the Student Learning Experience
Design and delivery of e-learning section of interactive case studies website
This paper describes the implementation of an e-learning strategy at a single higher education institution in terms of the levers used to promote effective uptake and ensure sustainable embedding. The focus of this work was at the level of the academic school using a range of change practices including the appointment of school-based learning technologists and e-learning champions, supporting schools to write their own strategies, a pedagogical framework of engaging with e-learning, and curriculum development and evaluation of school-supported projects. It is clear that the implementation of the e‐learning strategy has led to a large and increasing proportion of our students experiencing blended learning. In addition, there are initial indications that this has enhanced some learning and teaching processes. Where there has been sustainable embedding of effective e-learning, the following levers were identified as particularly important: flexibility in practices that allow schools to contextualise their plans …
Exploring disabled learners' experiences of e-learning: LexDis Report Executive Summary