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If like us, you feel technology enhanced learning has a critical role to play in education, use this section of the website to discover latest thinking. Find out what has been published and what leading authors are saying about the use of technology to support effective teaching and training.

Findings and news presented on this page are provided to help you explore opportunities for integrating new approaches into your own teaching & learning programs. The information is not just limited to the use of simulation technology.

If you would like us to share any other education research or articles that you think would be relevant to this page, please get in touch.

Online Learning and Higher Education: Key Questions and Considerations

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This document offers a national perspective and is based on discussions amongst researchers and academics within the higher education profession. The report focuses on the topics of online education and eLearning and brings together a series of articles submitted to the UK National Support Service for EPALE.

Use the report to gain a better insight into the broader aspects of online education and eLearning.

Author : Michael Stewart, Founder director, iDi

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Six Trajectories for Digital Technology in Higher Education

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First published in 2015, this short report offers six individual and thought-provoking trajectories for digital technology enhanced learning in higher education.

Use the report to find out more about the future of 'Learning Analytics', 'Learning Space' and 'Adaptive Learning Technology' and more.

Author : Malcolm Brown, Director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

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Effective Practice in the design of directed independent learning opportunities

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This summery study, commissioned by the HEA and the QAA and published in 2014, focuses on directed independent learning practices in UK higher education.

The report investigates what stakeholders (including academic staff and students) have found to be the most effective practices in the inception, design, quality assurance and enhancement of directed independent learning and explores how best to promote effective practice to stakeholders.

Authors : Professor Liz Thomas, Dr Robert Jones and Dr James Ottaway

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Learning Through Technology

technology enhanced learningWith technology use on the increase in the workplace, more and more companies are looking to deploy innovative approaches to train staff.

This report looks at the benefits of technology use, some of the implementation barriers and how employees are being engaged so that organisations maximise their investment.

Authors  Learn Direct

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Flexible Pedagogies Technology Enhanced Learning

technology enhanced learningThis report is one of a series within the HEA project ‘Flexible Pedagogies: preparing for the future’.

The research focuses on how elearning, also known as 'technology-enhanced-learning', may support flexible pedagogies, and so encompass a range of topics where technology can enable new choices for learners.

Author : Neil Gordon

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Teaching entrepreneurship to university students through experiential learning.

The view that entrepreneurship education should be based on experiential approaches to learning is gaining ground.

However, there is both little discussion in the literature on what form experiential education should take. There is also a paucity of examples of experiential approaches to learning. This paper explores some of the critical issues in more depth and helps to fill these gaps.

Authors : Colin Mason and Norin Arshed

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The Future of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

technology enhanced learningIn September 2011, a taskforce was charged with developing a set of recommendations for new approaches in learning methodologies and educational technologies that will add value to RIT’s position in higher education.

This taskforce facilitated interviews with RIT stakeholders, completed benchmark research and prepared a number of summaries for RIT leadership. All  details can be found within this report.

Authors : Rochester Institute of Technology

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