A Study of Informal Community eLearning John Cook, Principal Research Fellow Learning Technology Research Institute , London Metropolitan University & Matt Smith, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin 1. Introduction
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John Cook, Principal Research Fellow
Learning Technology Research Institute, London Metropolitan University
Matt Smith, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin
Concept of ‘goals’ refers to the centre manager or activity designer or the goal of centre a user/beneficiary.
The high occurrence of goals (having an 8.38% occurrence rate) made it the second most identified concept.
A goal of subject 8, a centre coordinator, was
“What we would like to do is get the younger children, … [to be] mentored by the older children that come in; so if we can get, sort of, boys that are around 17, 18, 19 and upwards to mentor those that are like 10, 11, 12 you know. And that’s something that we’re looking at right now to identify the need for mentoring.”
UK online centres: goals & inhibitors
external organisations: funding, accreditation, qualifications, eGovernment, etc.
workers: goals & inhibitors
users: goals & inhibitors
ICT literacy life cycle as vehicle for confidence & progression4. Conclusions