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A practical guide to evaluation methods for lecturers, including
Browse the online version, or download and print whole thing using Acrobat (1.4Mb)
|Videoconferencing Case Studies
A joint publication with TALiSMAN, containing twelve case studies of the use of videoconferencing for teaching and learning in higher education and some reflections on the lessons learned through these experiences
Download and read the whole thing using Acrobat (1MB), or choose a chapter to read with Acrobat.
Eight papers, some from our 1998 VALUE conference on Evaluation, others reporting on the evaluation aspects of some of the projects supported by LTDI this year. The collection is varied both in style and content, some reports cover frameworks for conducting evaluation, some report on the lessons drawn from evaluated implementations and others report on evaluations in progress.
Download and read the whole thing using Acrobat (438kB), choose a chapter to read with Acrobat, or read with your normal web browser.
We pride ourselves on being "ideas people": this publication is our attempt at brain-storming on paper. Devoting a page to each of ten headings (such as coping with large classes, facilitating group work, or project work) this short booklet gives a list of ideas of how IT can be used to enhance learning and teaching.
Available as a Acrobat document (250kB) for reading online and printing.
"A leaflet to assist academic staff in the use of learning technology to support assessment." Contains short case reports of institutional strategies for adopting IT in assessment, details of software which can be used in assessment and a list of useful resources.
Read the Acrobat version (113kB), or using your normal web browser.
Eight short case studies designed for people involved in the use of learning technology who want information on what implmentation strategies have worked in real life. Each looks at a project, detailing the aims and objectives, the strategy adopted and the lessons learnt through evaluation.
Download and read the whole thing using Acrobat (129kB), choose a chapter to read with Acrobat, or read with your normal web browser
|Implementing Learning Technology
Our most popular publication (although BrITe Ideas is catching up), this is a more detailed, in-depth look at the practical issues which anyone using IT in teaching will face, a description of the conceptual framework behind their solution, and (of course) lots of ideas. Written with modular access in mind, each chapter is self-contained and the introduction suggests possible routes for people with different interests.
Download and read the whole thing using Acrobat (551kB), choose a chapter to read with Acrobat, or read with your normal web browser
|LTDI Information Directory
A directory of initiatives, organisations, individuals and resources related to computing and information technology used for learning and teaching in Scottish Higher Education.
Last edition, March 1998: now a bit out of date.
Download and read the whole thing using Acrobat (568kB)
A leaflet to assist academic staff in the use of information technology to enhance their teaching four pages of issues and ideas relevant to people thinking about using CBL...
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|LTDI Annual Reports
The report of our activities prepared for SHEFC for the academic year
1996-97, available as an acrobat document (142kB).
1995-96, available as an acrobat document (181kB).
1994-95, available as an acrobat document (217kB).
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