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Collaborative Social Learning: Rewards and Challenges in Mainstream Higher Education

Nic Fair By Nic Fair Published on April 8, 2016

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At this workshop we will be introducing a pedagogically-driven, innovative, undergraduate module entitled 'Living and Working on the Web'. This module has no lectures, no exams and no teaching. Instead it uses a 'blog-comment-reflect-feedback' cycle, which students find highly engaging, enjoyable and relevant.

However, we would like to know the ideas of conference delegates concerning how to scale up this type of online module design to large cohorts. So, please find out more by exploring our blog : https://www.efolio.soton.ac.uk/blog/innovationinhe/ and we hope to see you on Tuesday 12th April at the workshop and presentation.

PhD researcher in Web Science and Education and MOOC educator at the University of Southampton.

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