Evaluation of Learners' Experiences of e-learning Special Interest Group
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ELESIG is an international community of researchers and practitioners from higher and further education who are involved in investigations of learners' experiences and uses of technology in learning. ELESIG members work together to share knowledge and practice and develop a shared repertoire of resources which will be of benefit to the community and the sector.
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Demystifying research, taking decisions on your ideas, thinking about the different experiences of students and carefully choosing research terminology – these were just some of the insights shared by…
Researching the learner experience
Inaugural Symposium organised by ELESIG North West
Thursday 15 May 2014, 12.00 - 16.30
Are you interested in sharing knowledge and practice around
researching the learner…
With Mark Childs
Given that there are three call for papers on the front page of the ELESIG website, I wonder if it's time we started thinking about where we all publish learner experience research, or maybe about having our own special issue or even our own journal?
Perhaps ELESIG members could reply to this blog post to let us know where they like to publish and/or read about learner experience research, and thoughts on us publishing together as a community.
Posted by Rhona Sharpe on July 22, 2014 at 7:30
ELESIG members may be interested in this call for papers for a special issue on Live Projects from the Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching.
“A live project comprises the negotiation of a brief, timescale, budget and product between an educational organisation and an external …Continue
Posted by Rhona Sharpe on July 21, 2014 at 7:35
This, I think should be a great opportunity for ELESIG members, as it's a call for papers about just exactly what we do!
Digital Technologies themed special edition of the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education – November 2014
Digital technologies are pervasive in every aspect of Higher Education, and though their use is undoubtedly common in learning development activities,…
Posted by Andrew Doig on July 8, 2014 at 12:05
A while ago, a colleague and I, espying the growing interest in the use of mobile devices in learning and teaching, came up with the idea of App Swap Breakfasts, informal early morning gatherings, where people could come to share and find out about, apps they've discovered and use. And have breakfast at the…Continue
Posted by Joyce Webber on June 10, 2014 at 10:41