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Participating in this "strand" you will enable you to develop a systematic and comprehensive understanding of the professional processes for and implications of using virtual learning technologies, as well as national and institutional e-learning policies and the role of blended learning in education.

In moving along this road towards being accredited as an expert online practitioner, you will develop the skills you need to design and facilitate a variety of pedagogically sound online learning experiences, for example creating opportunities for active and authentic forms of learning in a virtual learning space.

Submitting your own online module to demonstrate that you have acquired the skills above for evaluation by CELT will lead to the SEDA Embedding Learning Technologies award and your career status as an accredited Online Learning and Teaching Expert.
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Synchronous and Asynchronous Support for Online Learners

Synchronous and Asynchronous Support for Online Learners

Thu, January 15, 2015

This article was written for the eMatrix by William Armour, Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences at London Metropolitan University. Advances in technology have enabled education to be delivered online to a widespread cohort. Distance learners enjoy the... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Getting students online and keeping them engaged using synchronous and asynchronous online learning

Getting students online and keeping them engaged using synchronous and asynchronous online learning

Thu, January 15, 2015

This article was written by Max Zanotti, Senior Lecturer in Interpreting at London Metropolitan University. Teaching online, whether in a blended learning or a distance learning context, requires us to adopt creative and varied approaches in order... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Methods of evaluating learner performance online

Methods of evaluating learner performance online

Thu, January 15, 2015

This article was written by Sheelagh Heugh for the eMatrix as part of the Facilitating Online Learning and Collaboration module at London Metropolitan University. Learning is invisible – as we do not know what is happening in the... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Conducting Applied Research

Conducting Applied Research

Thu, January 15, 2015

This article was written for the eMatrix by Dr Lukasz Kaczmarek, Senior Lecturer in Applied Translation at London Metropolitan University. Aims of research and its definition: Scholars undertake research for various reasons and goals. Even though... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

What is collaborative learning?

What is collaborative learning?

Thu, November 20, 2014

This article is co-authored with Charl Fregona, University Blended Learning Coordinator and Principal Lecturer in E-learning. Collaborative learning is about two or more participants working together towards a shared aim or goal. In an ideal... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Applied research

Applied research

Fri, July 11, 2014

This article is co-authored with Charl Fregona, University Blended Learning Coordinator and Principal Lecturer in E-learning. What is applied research? Research is often split into two categories; Pure research (also known as Fundamental or Basic... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Integrating open educational resources

Integrating open educational resources

Mon, June 30, 2014

This article is co-authored with Charl Fregona, University Blended Learning Coordinator and Principal Lecturer in E-learning. When we talk about formal learning management system in the context of London Metropolitan University, we are referring to... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

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