Working with e-champions to enhance flexible learning

Ruth McLellan, Susan Patrick, Christina Dinsmore, Andrea Faustino, Timos Almpanis

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Abstract

In September 2009 the Faculty of Business, Sport and Enterprise (FBSE) were successful in gaining funding from the Higher Education Academy (HEA), Business Management Accountancy and Finance (BMAF), Discipline focused Learning Technology Enhance Academy (DfLTEA) on a proposal to design a framework for blended learning delivery and pedagogic guidance for academics embarking on blended learning. A gap was identified as lecturers take traditional delivery methods and attempt to make them fit the blended learning model of delivery. The project aims to provide a better teaching and learning experience for the non-traditional adult learner by appointing e-champions on two blended delivery courses, to enhance our provision of blended learning courses and units. This case study describes the development of the blended learning framework.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33-39
Number of pages7
JournalDialogue
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2011

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