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Introduction to Designing Distance Learning

By Teesside University

Abstract

This resource is in 2 parts: a workbook and a draft module (10credits at M level)specification document (workbook Appendix A). It has been designed to enable HE staff to develop critical understanding of, and some practical skills in, planning and designing programmes that support learning at a distance.The workbook can be used by individuals or groups and successful completion should result in a draft distance learning module that may be put forward locally for formal validation.The workbook has been designed to enable the widest possible range of people to discover and engage with principles of effective design of distance programmes of learning, and also to reflect on, plan and start designing such learning opportunities. Appendix A may be used to form part of a professional development framework. Learning from engagement with this resource could support demonstration of UKPSF (2011)A1,4,5;CK1-4,6; PV:1-3. It can also be used in conjunction with the Staff Guide to Distance Learning found at: http://dspace.jorum.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/17504

Topics: Teesside University, UKOER, JISC OER3 OMAC, Staff Guide, Designing Distance Learning, Experiential Learning for HE staff, UKPSF, UKPSF Mapping, UK Professional Standards in Teaching and Supporting Learning in HE, PgCert, TeessideOMAC3, Curriculum Design
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.jorum.ac.uk:10949/17505
Provided by: Jorum Open
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