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Grinne Conole, Giles Pepler, Paul Bacsich, Brenda Padilla & Terese Bird

In: The SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research

Chapter 22: Promoting Policy Uptake for Open Educational Resources and Open Practices

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Promoting Policy Uptake for Open Educational Resources and Open Practices
Promoting Policy Uptake for Open Educational Resources and Open Practices
Grinne ConoleGiles PeplerPaul BacsichBrenda PadillaTerese Bird
INTRODUCTION

Digital technologies continue to develop at a rapid pace. Smartphones and tablets mean that learning anywhere and anytime is now a reality. Learning analytics2 tools provide rich data on learning behaviours, which can be used by teachers to help learners, or by learners themselves, to improve their learning strategies. Digital technologies offer a wealth of ways in which learners can interact with multimedia, and communicate and collaborate with tutors and peers. The pace of change is evident through looking at the annual New Media Consortium Horizon reports3 and the Open University Innovating Pedagogy reports.4 The 2014 Innovating Pedagogy report lists ...

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