Technology-enhanced learning: evidence-based improvement

Scanlon, Eileen; O'Shea, Tim and McAndrew, Patrick (2015). Technology-enhanced learning: evidence-based improvement. In: Proceedings of the Second (2015) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale, ACM, pp. 229–232.



The design of learning materials and researching their efficacy involves the application of both theoretical learning principles and ways of working or practices to move towards evidence based improvement. This paper abstracts 4 categories from our on-going work of educational technology research which we have found to be important in considering what constitutes a successful Technology-Enhanced Learning implementation. These considerations influence the likelihood or feasibility of the wider adoption a particular Technology-Enhanced Learning implementation in the longer term. We also discuss how these considerations relate to the scalability of the development.

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