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Tackling the Digital Divide: Low-Income Students Weigh In - KQED (blog)

Tackling the Digital Divide: Low-Income Students Weigh In - KQED (blog) | Personal Learning Environments | Scoop.it
Tackling the Digital Divide: Low-Income Students Weigh In
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“Student learning and teacher morale take heavy tolls in these types of environments.
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Just how good is your online course? | UCL E-Learning Environments team blog

Just how good is your online course? | UCL E-Learning Environments team blog | Personal Learning Environments | Scoop.it

One of the perennial problems for both academic colleagues and learning technologists is trying to judge the educational value of online courses. Especially in blended learning the online ‘course’ is often just a component of a broader learner experience, and its role really can only be understood in the context of how it supports or extends ‘live’ activities. Thus what looks to a learning technologist like an unsophisticated ‘list of links’ in Moodle may actually support a rich classroom-led enquiry-based learning activity. It is hard to tell without speaking to the lecturer (or students) involved.


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