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Journal Article

Adopting a web‑based collaborative tool to support the Manchester Method approach to learning  pp62-69

Philip Drinkwater, Christine Adeline, Simon French, Nadia Papamichail, Tudor Rickards

© Jan 2004 Volume 2 Issue 1, Special Issue for ECEL 2003, Editor: Roy Williams, pp1 - 239

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Keywords: Copmuter mediated communication, collaborative tools, group work, Information and Communication Technologies, ICT's, teaching and learning strategies, web-based learning

 

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Outline and Evaluation of a Joint European and Canadian Virtual Mobility: e‑Learning Project  pp35-42

Alan Hilliard

© Feb 2006 Volume 4 Issue 1, Editor: Shirley Williams, pp1 - 111

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The "virtual mobility" project was created as part of a joint Canadian and European Commission funded project to explore cross‑cultural clinical curricular developments in the radiation sciences. The aim of the project was to facilitate student learning of the cross‑cultural differences in the delivery of healthcare within the disciplines of diagnostic radiography and radiotherapy. The project was delivered as case study group work, on‑line via the virtual learning environment (VLE) "Blackboard". Upon completion of the project, participants and staff facilitators were encouraged to complete an on‑line questionnaire, which was used to inform future improvements.

 

Keywords: Partnerships in e learning cross-cultural education on-line collaboration group work

 

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