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© University of Essex JISC E-Learning Models Desk Study Chris Fowler
© University of Essex Why? To inform/advise the JISC e-learning programme To create a Tool Kit framework to support practitioners, developers and evaluators
© University of Essex What? Understanding Effective Practice –Implicit or explicit use of models in effective practice –Clarification of key concepts and terms –Guidance on the use of models to inform effective practice Mapping Models on Effective Practice –Different types of models –Gap analysis/goodness of fit –Implications (for new models, new tools, new practices) The Tool Kit framework –What tools etc already exist –Create and populate the framework –Identitify gaps for new tools –Specify new tool requirements
© University of Essex How? Explicit Models Implicit Models Stage 1: Understanding Effective Practice Stage 2: Extant Models Stage 3: Tool Kit (framework & requirements) Glossary Guidance Conceptual frameworks Standards etc Existing Tools Stage 4 : Consultation & Final Report Writing
© University of Essex Who? Prof. Robin Mason (OU) Prof. Terry Mayes (Glasgow Caledonia) Prof. Chris Fowler (University of Essex) Dr Michael Gardner (University of Essex) Mr John Scott (University of Essex) Dr Martin Oliver (UCL) Dr Sara de Freitas (Birkbeck College) Dr Frank Rennie (Lews Castle College) Ms Clare Avery (Suffolk College)
© University of Essex Thank you for listening
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