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Blended learning

This week e-tutor met with academic staff to discuss e-learning within the new VLE. The selected modules for the CCC:EED project are looking into an effective implementation of blended learning that makes a greater use of module websites. Topics discussed … Continue reading

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Why Openness in Education?

A new e-book on new learning models and technologies is now freely available online: Diana G. Oblinger (ed.) Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies (Educause, 2012). This chapter “Why Openness in Education?” is particular relevant to  teachers who would like to understand … Continue reading

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What is creativity and how can e-learning support it?

The CCC: EED project is about injecting creativity into our dance curriculum. There are many explanations out there about what creativity is. Creativity is not simply about being innovative, having a few ideas, documenting and sharing them. Creativity has to … Continue reading

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First e-submissions in the Dance Department

E-learning is not completely new to the Dance Department at the University of Surrey. Most teachers have already incorporated new technologies to support students’ learning. Dance students have been using for a while a variety of tools (e.g.  discussion forums, … Continue reading

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Walk around this website

In addition to the news posted on this blog, we are continuously updating the information and resources in the different areas of this website. The content has a focus on dance education and OERs that should be of interest to … Continue reading

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