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JISC Effective Practice in a Digital Age, technology enhanced learning guide is published

Sarah Knight
Last modified 06 Jul, 2009
Published 06 Jul, 2009
Last week the JISC e-Learning Programme published "Effective Practice in a Digital Age – a guide to technology-enhanced learning and teaching" an update to the popular 2004 JISC publication, Effective Practice with e-Learning.

Effective Practice in a Digital Age is designed for those in further and higher education whose focus is on designing and supporting learning: academic staff, lecturers, tutors and learning support staff, facilitators, learning technologists and staff developers, and others with an interest in enhancing the quality of learning and teaching, and a curiosity about how technology can assist them.

The publication can be ordered in hard copy from http://survey.jisc.ac.uk/digitalage or downloaded in PDF and accessible text-only formats from http://www.jisc.ac.uk/practice. In addition, a number of supplementary resources are available online in the Effective Practice Resource Exchange (http://www.jisc.ac.uk/resourceexchange) which may be added to over time. These currently include themed video clips covering topics such as Responding to learners and Rethinking learning resources, a range of podcasts and audio resources, plus extended versions of the case studies.

All resources associated with this publication can be downloaded for use in educational contexts.

A UK-wide distribution of Effective Practice in a Digital Age begins this week, targeting senior managers with a responsibility for the curriculum and heads of e-learning and staff development.

 

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