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University of Northampton, Northampton College, Northamptonshire Adult and Community Learning

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Interactive Case studies now available!:    www.northampton.ac.uk/e4l/ics 

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Previous learner centred studies have provided snapshot reflections from the learner at a particular point in time; they have not reflected on the changes in attitude that those involved in e-learning experience as the learner progresses or is involved in lifelong learning. This study provides a key opportunity to build upon the studies in Phase 1 using an enhanced sample to provide rich information about the learners' experience over a period of time.

Although a wide range of learners across the education sector in Northamptonshire (Higher Education, Further Education and Adult and Community Learning) will be involved in the project, a particular emphasis will be placed on those students in HE who will be moving between institutions and subject levels over the course of the study and are able to be tracked for their experiences. All students participating in the study will be assessed at the outset for characteristics which will define effective e-communicators.

It will be seen whether the outcomes could then be employed as a predictor of success and the results used to enhance the information for stakeholders produced during phase one. At all stages, the focus will be on the student's voice and deliver outputs which will be used to inform further systems developments, practitioner use and student's effective use of e-learning.







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