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Rare antiques, fine furnishings and vintage champagne: new learning techniques and educational themes in 2001: supporting change in learning and teaching

By ME Burke

Abstract

This paper will examine how organisations operate their internal environment to optimise best performance for both teaching and learning. Within this context the author will discuss the impact of using new technology on students studying business intelligence modules. The metaphors of rare, valuable antiques (traditional teaching); fine furnishings (assessment techniques) and vintage champagne (new ICT methods of learning) will be used to give a flavour of the freshness of educational approaches to education in the 21st century

Topics: LB, ZA4050, LB2300, other
OAI identifier: oai:usir.salford.ac.uk:1875
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