Using e-tivities to support independent learning and classroom teaching:
Dr Terry Tudor, Senior Lecturer in Waste Management, introduced
structured online learning activities (e-tivities) into his Masters
modules after attending a CAIeRO for individuals course development
workshop. Read the case study to see how these activities have helped to
link his distance learning students with his learners on campus – and
also helped them to improve their writing skills.
View the full case study here (PDF, 620KB)
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