New JISC Guide to Effective Practice in a Digital Age

July 2, 2009 at 3:53 pm | Posted in useful links | Leave a comment
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JISC has just released an update to their 2004 guide ‘Effective Practice with e-Learning’, this time entitled Effective Practice in a Digital Age: A guide to technology-enhanced learning and teaching – note the shift from e-learning to TEL. This is a great introduction which brings its topics to life through ten case studies.

Also take a look at the online resources in the ‘Effective Practice Resource Exchange’. This currently holds video case studies depicting themes related to technology-enhanced practice, interviews with practitioners, extended versions of the publication’s case studies for use in staff development and other institutional contexts, and podcasts expanding on key messages from the publication.

If you want to read the PDF instead of ordering a free printed copy, I recommend that you set up your Adobe reader so it can display two pages side-by-side.  To do this:

  1. right-click on the Reader toolbar in your browser
  2. select More Tools from the context menu that appears
  3. check Two-up under the Page Display Toolbar settings and click OK
  4. click the new icon on the Reader toolbar to display the pages ‘two-up’
Enabling side-by-side pages in Adobe Reader

Enabling side-by-side pages in Adobe Reader

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