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Title: A UK case study - technology enhances educational experiences in the University of Glamorgan.
Authors: Chew, Esyin
Jones, Norah
Blackey, Haydn
Keywords: blended learning
higher education
educational technology
technology in education
Issue Date: Apr-2009
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Chew, E.; Jones, N. and Blackey, H. (2009) 'A UK case study - technology enhances educational experiences in the University of Glamorgan', The IEEE International Conference on Future Computer and Communication, Kuala Lumpur, 3-5 April, 2009.
Abstract: This paper provides a critical exploration of an institutional case study in the UK. The University of Glamorgan is one of a number of UK Higher Educational Institutions whish has taken a whole institutional commitment to blended learning. The paper use case study research method to report the educational technologies that have implemented across the institution with qualitative experiences and views. The case study aimed to provide insights which can be compared and contrasted with the experiences in other institutions to inform researchers who are attempting related development. The research also recognises the disciplinary differences and the issue of “technology in education”. It is further argued that researchers must shift the focus from technology in education to “education in technology” in the emphasis of education and pedagogy than technology alone.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10265/313
ISBN: 978-1-4244-3754-2
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