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Blended Learning for 4 Academic Competence and Critical Enquiry
LTRI has a consultancy role in a £25,000 JISC bid awarded to Thames Valley University that includes reusing and repurposing learning objects developed by the RLO-CETL. The project is entitled ‘Blended Learning 4 Academic Competence and Critical Enquiry (BL4ACE)’, and will run for one year from March 2008. Tom Boyle and Claire Bradley will be working as consultants on the project. This is a very good example of the CETL having impact outside the partner institutions. A brief summary of the project follows.
By the end of the project, the team will have embedded a new technology enhanced module across a range of courses using TVU’s current Blackboard VLE, and will have addressed the following:
The project is also going to trial the London Pedagogy Planner tool which has been developed by a JISC-funded Design for Learning project, of which LTRI is a partner. The tool will be used to assist the process of curriculum evaluation and redesign.
Last updated 21 December, 2010