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Designing for learning: e-Learning@greenwich post-conference reflections and abstracts

By Simon Walker, Malcolm Ryan and Robert Teed

Abstract

The e-learning@greenwich/conference 2007, Designing for Learning, was the fifth conference in the series and has developed from its original focus on local institutional issues to a conference that focuses on global themes in e-learning attracting international participation. Our conferences are characterised by being practitioner focused and sector inclusive. Conference evaluations suggest that its intimate and friendly atmosphere, within the grounds of the world heritage site at Greenwich, allows practitioner-delegates to freely mix with delegates of international research repute and have an influence on practice, whether in the classroom or in educational software development.\ud We felt it was now time to produce a series of publications to share the important work being captured and disseminated at the conferences to a wider public in the form of post-conference reflective proceedings

Topics: LB
Publisher: University of Greenwich
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:gala.gre.ac.uk:3791

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