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Reflections on the use of blended learning
This paper reflects upon the experience of the delivery of a program at the University of Salford using blended learning. Facilitated by action research, it reports on the lessons learnt since theExpand
Blended learning in practice
This paper is in two parts. Firstly it attempts to create a definition of blended learning. It argues that blended learning need not be seen as the province of technical experts or ofExpand
E-commerce and entrepreneurship in SMEs: case of myBot
The adoption of e-commerce in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is a much researched topic in developed and developing nations. The application of mobile devices, and social media networks (SMNs)Expand
Florence Duomo project (1420–1436): Learning best project management practice from history
This paper narrates the project management of the construction of the Florence Duomo by Filippo Brunelleschi in the fifteenth century. This was the most significant dome project in Europe in 1300Expand
Use of conversation theory to underpin blended learning
Our work is concerned with the search for a viable pedagogical theory for a part time information technology course facilitated in blended learning. It was initially thought that the ConversationalExpand
Online Communication and Information Technology Education
This paper examines online communication as the link between established theory of learning and literature on e-learning in order to better understand the appropriate use of blended learning in an actual Information Technology course. Expand
Online Communication and Information Technology Education
Blended Learning, a learning facilitation that incorporates different modes of delivery, models of teaching, and learning styles, introduces multiple media to the dialog between the learner and theExpand
Employability and entrepreneurship embedded in professional placements in the business curriculum
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explain how employability and entrepreneurship embedded in the practice of professional placements in a large UK Business School, grounded in literature andExpand
Proportion, Pedagogy and Processes: The Three P's of E-Learning
This paper argues that the greater the proportion of e-learning used, the more developed the active learning components that are required. Expand
Peer mentoring to secure student placements
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a case study where student peer mentors were employed to motivate and assist undergraduates to secure optional professional placementExpand