Building the Future Students’ Blended Learning Experiences from Current Research Findings

A. Jefferies, R. Hyde

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    Abstract

    Between March 2007 and February 2009, the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) funded a Learners’ Journeys project at the University of Hertfordshire. This was part of their second phase of investment in research into the Learners’ Experiences through their E-Learning Programme and was known as LXP2. STROLL (STudent Reflections On Lifelong e-Learning), as the Learners’ Journeys project was known, researched into the experiences of current undergraduate students in Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) primarily through a series of diaries constructed by student volunteers. Using video and audio recording to capture students’ own reflections on their learning and their use of technology over the 2 year period the project data has offered many reflections from students on their use of technology for both learning and leisure. Building on this and other recent research data, the authors now suggest that for many HE students, technology has become a ubiquitous part of their lives to the extent that they may own or access regularly multiple items of personal technology that are used interchangeably for learning and leisure, including their computers and their mp3 players.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)133-140
    JournalElectronic Journal of e-Learning
    Volume8
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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