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Colleges get £1m for Innovation in E-learning


The Learning and Skills Development Agency has set up a £1m project to assess the impact of e-learning.

The funding has been awarded to nine partnerships of colleges, sixth form institutions and adult education organisations.

The aim is to investigate how e-learning can transform the ways in which people learn through the application of technology.

Accordiing to the LSDA the projects will attempt to discover what works and why, and how to overcome barriers to e-learning.

Each project has developed criteria for success - based on real measures of the impact of e-learning on learners, teachers, managers and leaders – on which the impact of the projects will be assessed.

Keith Duckitt, Head of ICT at the Learning and Skills Council, said: “We know that e-learning has profound effects and implications, but we need to examine in more detail what these are; both to identify the potential pitfalls and maximise the advantages."


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