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Publisher: University of Glasgow
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: L1

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This report aims to provide an overview of a project which explores teaching and learning within a blended mode of study. Specifically, it looks to analyse the production of digital media and online social networking with a view to enhancing the learning experience. It was the overall aim of the project to contribute to the University’s Learning and Teaching Strategy by developing media content; exploring the production process, analyse digital participation and explore the challenges and opportunities locally within schools. The project has placed emphasis on the production principles which enhance our online courses whilst providing a consistent quality of experience – recognising that our students often access course material produced by staff from across schools and colleges.
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    • Downes, S. (2005, December 22). An introduction to connective knowledge. Stephen's Web. http://www.downes.ca/cgi-bin/page.cgi?post=33034 9.3 Integrating Twitter
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