Constructing High Quality Learning Settings

Harper, B.

    The use of ICT's in the design of learning in the higher education sector is becoming an important skill for all academics. With the range of 'quality' measures being implemented and forshadowed by government, including dollars linked to student learning outcomes, all academics will be increasingly asked to examine their instructional strategies and to offer quality learning opportunities. Opportunities to incorporate quality learning strategies supported by ICT's as part of the learning setting have been limited by poor quality tools that have not supported instructors in the process of learning design and a lack of reusable resources to allow rapid construction of learning environments. The outcomes of a recent national project on reusable learning designs and the development of international repositories of learning objects will offer instructors in all disciplines the ability to rapidly construct high quality learning settings.
Cite as: Harper, B. (2005). Constructing High Quality Learning Settings. In Proc. Seventh Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE2005), Newcastle, Australia. CRPIT, 42. Young, A. and Tolhurst, D., Eds. ACS. 3.
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