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Herding cats and measuring elephants: implementing and evaluating an institutional blended and mobile learning strategy

Posted on 23 Dec 2014 with 0 comments
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The University of Western Sydney is more than half way through a three year strategic program to build its blended and mobile learning capacity. This paper presents a framework that has emerged from implementing and evaluating the blended learning strategy thus far; linking institution-led, academic-led, student-led and community-led components. It illustrates how all of these components form part of an integrated system, in which change needs to be managed as a whole.


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