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Effective Practice with e-Learning. Disseminating our outcomes. Key question. How can we disseminate the outcomes of the first phase of activities under the ‘Designing for Learning’ theme to our key stakeholders? Issues to consider: Sector – FE, ACL, HE

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effective practice with e learning

Effective Practice with e-Learning

Disseminating our outcomes

key question
Key question
  • How can we disseminate the outcomes of the first phase of activities under the ‘Designing for Learning’ theme to our key stakeholders?
  • Issues to consider:
    • Sector – FE, ACL, HE
    • Audience – practitioners; staff developers/learning technologists; researchers; software developers and standards bodies; funding councils
    • Type of outputs – research reports, case studies and video case studies, recommendations from projects
    • Practitioners study – six principles for effective interventions in practice
  • Communications strategy
external channels
External channels
  • Existing networks
    • JCLT and Pedagogy Steering Group, Experts Group, links into communities of practice
  • Workshops
    • beginning with joint RSC Learning Journey event, extending to all regions and subject areas under ‘Designing for Learning’ title
  • Presentations at other key events
    • e.g. ALT-C, other conferences, symposia and training events
  • Publications
    • Effective Practice with e-Learning
    • Articles in newsletters (ALT-N), magazines (Nilta News and NIACE Chips with Everything) and for related websites
    • Papers to relevant journals (e.g. ALT-J, JIME)
  • Mailing lists
    • Eped-info, Heads of e-Learning, ILT Champions, Apollo; LT officers, LT theory, CETIS pedagogy forum
  • JISC website and JISC Inform
  • Partner organisations
    • e.g. DfES, the HE Academy, Becta (Raising Standards Group), NIACE, ESRC (TLRP), CETIS
internal jisc channels
Internal (JISC) channels
  • JCLT and Pedagogy Steering Group
  • JISC Development Group
    • joint planning
    • working with specific projects under the Dist-eL, Frameworks and Innovations strands
  • JISC Services
    • joint workshop with JISC Infonet and CETIS for services, Techdis, RSCs and LTSNs
    • recommendations from practice project to other JISC services
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Effective Practice with e-Learning
  • A practitioner-focused guide which has synthesised the outcomes from the e-Learning Models study together with the Netskills case studies on e-learning practice.
  • The emphasis of this guide is on how learning activities can be devised with the support of technology to meet challenges faced by both learners and practitioners.
  • The ten case studies illustrate a themed approach to designing learning and represent the views and achievements of practitioners across the post-16 sector.
  • Five of the case studies are supported by video clips and all are available on a complementary CD-ROM.


  • Introduction
    • How to use this guide
  • e-Learning in context
  • Starting point
    • What is e-learning?
    • Introduction to effective practice with e-learning
  • Designing for learning
    • Approaches to learning
    • Learning activity design
    • Building in e-learning
  • The e-learning advantage
    • e-Learning in practice case studies
  • e-Learning in perspective
    • Understanding your practice
  • Conclusion
    • A model for effective practice with e-learning
  • Next steps
    • Effective practice planner
  • References and further reading
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Effective Practice with e-Learning
  • In addition an accompanying CD ROM will contain:
    • Guidance materials
    • The Effective Practice Planner
    • Case studies
    • Video case studies
    • Case study template to describe effective practice
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Effective Practice with e-Learning
  • Timelines for launch of guide:
    • Promoted at ALT-C – 15th -17th September
    • Launched at the RSC Learning Journey Conference – 18th -19th October
    • Mailed out to all post-16 institutions in UK in October
    • Copies to members of the Experts group
designing for learning a framework for e l practice
‘Designing for learning’: a framework for e-L practice?
  • Paper to ‘Shock of the New’, ALT-C and UNFOLD conference
  • To be submitted to ALT-J
  • Could form introductory chapter to collected papers (special issue?)
    • Synthesises outcomes of the theme
    • Comments on the implications for e-learning research and practice
further information

Further information