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Personal Learning Environments - the future of eLearning?
Summary This paper explores some of the ideas behind the Personal Learning Environment and considers why PLEs might be useful or indeed central to learning in the future. This is not so much aExpand
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New roles for vocational education and training teachers and trainers in Europe: a new framework for their education
Provides an overview of the research undertaken through the EU Leonardo EUROPROF project. Describes the aims of the project and outlines the methodologies undertaken in the work. Surveys theExpand
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E-portfolio: the DNa of the Personal Learning Environment?
This paper is based on research undertaken for the European Commission funded project MOSEP: More Esteem with My Portfolio. The ideas expressed do not reflect the opinion or policy of the EuropeanExpand
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Pedagogic Approaches to Using Technology for Learning Literature Review
This literature review is intended to address and support teaching qualifications and CPD through identifying new and emerging pedagogies; "determining what constitutes effective use of technology inExpand
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Evaluating E-learning A Guide to the Evaluation of E-learning
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission. Neither the European Commission nor any person acting onExpand
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Understanding Personal Learning Environments: Literature review and synthesis through the Activity Theory lens
This paper represents a scientific analysis of a broad range of publications surrounding the field of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs). Personal Learning Environments can be viewed as a conceptExpand
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The New Pedagogy of Open Content: Bringing Together Production, Knowledge, Development, and Learning
The fast growing Open Content movement has profound consequences for pedagogical approaches to learning. This paper will explore the use of Open Content in higher education, including training forExpand
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‘Jam Hot!’ Personalised radio ciphers through augmented social media for the transformational learning of disadvantaged young people
This paper describes a new approach to conceptualizing, designing and developing personalized and community-based approaches to informal learning with new media. It provides a new articulation ofExpand
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A temperature-sensitive mutation affecting synthesis of outer arm dyneins in Tetrahymena thermophila.
We have characterized a novel, temperature-sensitive mutation affecting motility in Tetrahymena thermophila. Mutants grew and divided normally at the restrictive temperature (38 degrees C), butExpand
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