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IMPACT OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES ON TEACHING & LEARNING Dr Malcolm Read Executive Secretary 27 June 2005 DfES e-Strategy The DfES priority areas are: An integrated online education information service Integrated online personal support for children and learners

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impact of emerging technologies on teaching learning

IMPACT OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES ON TEACHING & LEARNING

Dr Malcolm Read

Executive Secretary

27 June 2005

dfes e strategy
DfES e-Strategy

The DfES priority areas are:

  • An integrated online education information service
  • Integrated online personal support for children and learners
  • Develop a collaborative approach to personalised learning activities
  • A good quality training and support package for ICT practitioners
  • Prove leadership and development package for organisational capability in ICT
  • Build a common digital infrastructure to support transformation and reform.
other aspects
Other aspects
  • Clearer definition of what is meant by elearning
  • Blended learning rather than pure elearning
  • Role of academic libraries
  • Student and staff support and development
analysis of the current state of elearning in he
Analysis of the current state of elearning in HE
  • Significant increase but still different levels of engagement
  • Most institutions are now taking a more strategic approach, investing in staff and resources.
  • Costs still prohibitive
  • Support for staff and students alike is needed
research evaluation and review
Research, evaluation and review
  • Further research is needed, including analysis of existing evidence, employer input and evaluation of developments overseas
  • Sharing of good practice is needed
  • Need to see if elearning really does enhance learning
  • Research Councils need to be involved
jisc strategy
JISC Strategy
  • Common infrastructure for research, learning and teaching and administration.
  • Unified information management research data and outputs; digital libraries and learning resources http://www.elframework.org/.
  • Sharable learning objects – JORUM http://www.jorum.ac.uk/.
jisc e learning programme
JISC e-Learning Programme

Four strands:

  • e-Learning and Pedagogy
  • e-Learning Technical Framework and Tools
  • Innovative uses of e-Learning
  • Distributed e-Learning

Process of consultation, strategic networking,

review and analysis, around a range of short

studies, pilots and larger projects…

evidence for benefits of e learning
Evidence for Benefits of e-Learning
  • Little quantitative data but case studies http://www.jisc.ac.uk/elearning_pedagogy.html.
  • Anecdotal evidence is encouraging.
  • Usage of learning management systems and ICT high.
  • Student response favourable.