Mike Mimirinis

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Flexible pedagogical frameworks are needed to underlie e-Learning environments in order to ensure they address effectively the individual learning approaches of an increasingly diverse student population. A quantitative study of the flexibility of one pedagogical framework for instructional design, called I CARE, identified its limitation in supporting two(More)
The paper describes the usefulness of e-portfolios for students, teachers, administrators and human resource personnel for learning, assessment and employment purposes. It is important to carefully look into the theoretical underpinning of the concept of eportfolio before implementing it. Hands on experience with the OSP platform expected to provide(More)
This panel presentation focuses on the concept of ‘constructive alignment’ for teaching and learning in higher education, with particular reference to its application in the use of learning technologies. It initially draws upon preliminary research findings which indicate that students may often be confused by discrepancies in the structure of learning(More)
In an effort to develop a training programme to assist teaching professionals to migrate towards e-teaching from more traditional modes of teaching, the European Commission (EC) provided a grant Middlesex University who, along with its three partner universities, created a needs survey to determine what aspects of teaching and higher education theories and(More)
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Flexible pedagogical frameworks are needed to underpin e-Learning environments in order to ensure that they address effectively the individual learning approaches of an increasingly diverse student population. A quantitative study of the flexibility of one pedagogical framework for instructional design, called I CARE, identified its limitation in supporting(More)
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The progress of a project for the training of elearning professionals in South East Asia is reported in this paper. A web–based survey identified key areas for the professional development. The process of content design is explained as well as the enrichment of the pedagogical model. The Virtual Training Environment is underpinned by this model and the(More)
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