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Student with video camera The learner experience projects have used a range of research methods but all have taken a holistic approach to technology use. They are not so interested in how technology is being used on one module, or in one part of the institution, as in how learners interact with technology throughout their learning week and learning year. Also there is a focus on what technology means to learners, with many methods that feature learners talking about how they learn with technology.

The resources in this section will be of most interest to those undertaking their own learner centred evaluations, including small scale investigations undertaken by individuals.

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We have produced a set of recipe cards for different types of data collection methods, particularly well suited to evaluations of learners' experiences of e-learning:

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