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What Constitutes Effective use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)?

Wooff, David (2015) What Constitutes Effective use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)? In: 2015 SOLSTICE eLearning Conference Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Effective Practices, 4th-5th June 2015, Edge Hill University.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)


Building on work presented at the National Education show in 2015, this presentation will look at effective use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in the classroom and lecture theatre. It will draw important distinctions between Technology Enhanced Teaching and Technology Enhanced Learning, exploring why this is necessary and what it means from a pedagogical stance. Views of exponents and implementers of such technologies will be used to illustrate best practice in the first instance. The impact of such work will be discussed in light of student feedback, achievement and attainment with real examples of technologies that have had a positive impact on the student learning experience. The work presented also looks to explore and address the problems, limitations and issues surrounding the implementation of both Technology Enhanced Teaching and Technology Enhanced Learning. Participants will gain a better understanding of how such technologies can be used in developing their own practice for the benefit of all learners.

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