Computer-supported experiential learning (Phase One - staff development)

  • Alan Staley
  • Diana Eastcott

Abstract

In recent years the University of Central England in Birmingham has made considerable investments in developing computer networks. Developments have been technology-led, and the major use of the network has been for administration. The Computer-Supported Experiential Learning Project has been designed to refocus upon the curriculum, and to encourage academic staff to use the network technologies for teaching and learning. The broad aim of the project is to investigate and systematically evaluate the appropriate use of technology to improve the quality of learning.

DOI:10.1080/0968776990070107

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Staley, A., & Eastcott, D. (1). Computer-supported experiential learning (Phase One - staff development). Research in Learning Technology, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v7i1.11239
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