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The Networked Learning in Higher Education Project is concluded

The project was designed to create a coherent picture of students' experiences of networked learning in UK higher education, and to provide an analysis of relationships between:

  • Students’ approaches to networked learning
  • Salient features of networked learning
  • Learning outcomes

Definition of networked learning

You can find documents related to the project by following the links to Final Reports and Published Articles.

Effective networked learning in higher education: notes and guidelines (2001)

This book was written for teachers in higher education who are thinking seriously about making use of networked learning. It was written as if the innovative work you are about to undertake is to be carried out by a small team – perhaps three or four teachers, together with someone providing administrative support and someone helping with the technology.

View Guidance Document

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