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Development and Evaluation of a Generic Re-Purposable e-Learning Object on Data Analysis

Author(s): Jillian R. Griffiths (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK) and Jenny Craven (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
Copyright: 2010
Pages: 15
EISBN13: 9781613500019

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Abstract

This case describes the development of a re-purposable learning object for higher education. There is evidence of an increasingly diverse student population in UK higher education, where the sector is currently faced with re-positioning itself in order to meet the challenges of higher education in the 21st century. This has resulted in a new emphasis in education on supporting the learner, in collaboration with peers and tutors, through a lifetime of education, both within and outside the classroom. These factors, together with personal experience in teaching students data analysis have been instrumental in the formation, by the authors, of the conception of the Analyse This!!! learning object described in this case study. In June 2008 Analyse This!!! was successfully launched, and it is hoped that it will prove to be a useful resource for students and staff alike, across many different subject disciplines and across different institutions.

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