In this section, we introduce new academic thinking around the subject of online learning.
The first article, written by Richard Brown, Director of Materials at Guided e-Learning, asks the question what are the similarities and differences between reading documents on the web and reading them on (for instance) paper? Should we develop specific forms of exercises which address any differences we find?
White Paper 1 – Towards a taxonomy of reading tasks for the web - April 2010
Given that on-screen material has come to be a dominant mode of information retrieval, how does a discerning web-user cope with the sheer quantity and lack of validity. What skills do readers need today, over and above the traditional reading abilities we have hitherto known, loved and taught? What tasks confront a student as they read on the web?
Schools use Guided e-Learning online record keeping for student progress reports.
Kings Colleges Oxford harness the power of Guided e-Learning’s online reception to deliver administration efficiency and improve student services.