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The case studies can be disseminated as required in your institution. They have been identified here by the generic learning activities to which they are linked in the publication Effective Practice with e-Learning and on its accompanying CD-ROM. Five of the ten case studies have supporting video clips available in Windows Media Player and QuickTime™ formats.

Effective Practice Case Studies

The case studies can be disseminated as required in your institution. They have been identified here by the generic learning activities to which they are linked in the publication Effective Practice with e-Learning and on its accompanying CD-ROM. Five of the ten case studies have supporting video clips available in Windows Media Player and QuickTime™ formats.

Negotiate learning goals Newcastle United Football Club Learning Centre

Explore new concepts Fermanagh College, Northern Ireland

Evaluate facts and concepts Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, Darlington

Build and test theories North Trafford College

Solve problems University of Central England (UCE)

Share and discuss University of Highland and Islands, Perth College

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Apply concepts and skills The Working Men’s College (WMC)

Visualise and present concepts Abingdon and Witney College

Assessment for learning Oxford Brookes University

Making learning active Kemnal Technology College

To encourage wider dissemination of effective practice with e-Learning, a case study template is included on the Effective Practice with e-Learning CD-ROM for practitioners to capture and record examples of their own practice to share with others. This template provides opportunities for comparison and reflection by offering a standard structure. Practitioners in further, higher and adult and community learning are invited to reflect on practice which shows the use of e-Learning components alongside established practice and to submit examples to the e-Learning and Pedagogy programme [Sarah Knight]

Please note that more detailed versions of the ten case studies can be found under  Case studies in innovative e-learning practice. A new set of case studies of innovative e-learning practice are now available. The e-Learning and Pedagogy programme has produced a  number of templates for documenting and reflecting e-Learning practice. These are aimed at different audiences including practitioners, researchers and developers.