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Learning Technology in transition: from Individual Enthusiasm to Institutional Implementation.

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In April 2003, The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) celebrated its tenth anniversary and this book has been produced in order to commemorate this landmark achievement. This book represents a unique collaboration between key members of ALT and members of ALTs' sister organisations: SURF in Holland and ASCILITE in Australia. The aims of the book are to use the topic of " institutional implementation" to present a review of the impact of learning technology on tertiary education over the past few years; highlight and discuss key changes and developments that are shaping present and future activities and consider the implications for individual enthusiasts who work in the field of learning technology. The book outlines the context in which individual enthusiasts have operated and institutional implementation has occurred over the last ten years. Four key themes are highlighted throughout the book:
The individual enthusiast and their role in institutional implementation The institutional enthusiast and their role in local and global e-learning initiatives Finding the evidence to justify enthusiasm and underpin implementation Reinventing the individual enthusiast

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Seale, Jane K. (ed.) (2003) Learning Technology in transition: from Individual Enthusiasm to Institutional Implementation., Lisse, Netherlands, Swets and Zeitlinger, 166pp.

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: Learning Technology Implementation Evaluation

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Local EPrints ID: 6180
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/6180
ISBN: 90 265 1963 x
PURE UUID: ff303ad5-3a0c-4211-912d-194cfafc787f

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Date deposited: 26 May 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:14

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