Sharing good practice

Part of our OU Learning Design work is trying to address the issue of how we can capture and share good practice. This seems to be a fundamental questions which has been inextricably linked with many e-learning projects over the years. Numerous books exist such as Gilly Salmon’s e-tivities and more recently Patti Shank’s Online Learning ideas book. Of course numerous more generic ‘101 good teaching ideas’ books also exist (Phil Race as a prolific author in this respect comes to mind). Online variants exist too of course - such as the AUTC Learning Design case studies and I have just come across another Engaging Interactions for eLearning via the eLearning post blog. But a key issue for me is how can we amalgamate all these good ideas, in a meaningful format so that they are genuinely taken up, adapted and reused???

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    […] I’ve posted before on some of the work we are trying to do in this area (here, here, here).  Of course there are many others working on this problem; JISC is funding an exciting set of […]

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