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The 7Cs of learning design: a new approach to rethinking design practice

@inproceedings{Conole2014The7O,
  title={The 7Cs of learning design: a new approach to rethinking design practice},
  author={Grainne Conole},
  year={2014}
}
Designing for learning is arguably the key challenge facing education today; new technologies offer a plethora of ways in which learners can interact with rich multimedia, communicate and collaborate. Despite this teachers lack the necessary digital literacy skills to make effective design decisions that are pedagogically informed and make appropriate use of technologies. Learning Design has emerged in the last ten years as a means of addressing this, by providing teachers with guidance and… 

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