Thursday, May 01, 2014

BeJLT anniversary updates: assessment, plagiarism, research-based learning, and technology-supported learning

The Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching (BeJLT) is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a special issue (volume 6, issue 1, 2014) in which the authors of the most cited papers of the previous years update the papers and/or reflect on developments since the paper was written. An interesting read for those who involved in learning and teaching: The papers are:
- Quality enhancement of Undergraduate Research – further strategies to increase student engagement in research dissemination: Helen Walkington
- Reflections on ‘The student experience of e-learning in higher education: a review of the literature’ Rhona Sharpe and Greg Benfield
- Where is the new blended learning? Whispering corners of the forum: Richard Francis and George Roberts
- Online formative MCQs [multiple choice questions] to supplement traditional teaching: improving retention, progression and performance – the longer view: Paul Catley
- Revisiting the management of student plagiarism in the light of ideas outlined in 2005: Jude Carroll
- ASKe Manifesto seven years on: so what did change? Margaret Price, Chris Rust, Berry O'Donovan
Photo by Sheila Webber: crab apple blossom, Sheffield, April 2014

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