Karen Fill

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The Open University's repository of research publications and other research outputs A learning design toolkit to create pedagogically effective learning activities Journal Article How to cite: Conole, Grainne and Fill, Karen (2005). A learning design toolkit to create pedagogically effective learning activities. Journal of Interactive Media in Education(1)(More)
Blended learning, the combination of traditional face-to-face teaching methods with authentic on-line learning activities, has the potential to transform student learning experiences and outcomes. In spite of this advantage, university teachers often find it difficult to adopt new on-line techniques, in part because institutional practices are still geared(More)
(2006). Panning for gold: designing pedagogically-inspired learning nuggets. Educational Technology and Society, 9(1) pp. 113–122. For guidance on citations see FAQs. c [not recorded] Version: [not recorded] Link(s) to article on publisher's website: Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other(More)
Repurposing a learning activity on academic integrity: the experience of three universities. Abstract: There is currently great interest in reuse of digital learning resources, from single items to multi-task activities, to whole units or programmes of study. Associated with this interest is the ongoing development of tools to enable such resources to be(More)
Peer Assessment (or Peer Review) is a popular form of reciprocal assessment where students produce feedback, or grades, for each others work. Peer Assessment activities can be extremely varied with participants taking different roles at different stages of the process and materials passing between roles in sophisticated patterns. This variety makes(More)
AbstrAct This chapter is concerned with the evaluation of learning materials and activities developed as part of the DialogPLUS project. A range of evaluation activities was undertaken, focusing on the experiences of students, teaching staff, and the entire project team. Student evaluations included both quantitative and qualitative approaches, particularly(More)
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