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Curtin University initiated its eScholar program in 2009 making funds available for academic staff to implement innovative teaching using Curtin’s extensive suite of learning technologies. The program is based on the philosophy of engaging students with learning technologies that support their growing understanding through authentic and assessable activities. This publication presents the research findings of each of the eScholar projects conducted in 2010 and 2011 and offers clear directions founded on teacher and learner experiences grounded in real classroom activity.
ISBN 978 0 646 58702 8 (ebk)
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Introduction to the eBook : Herrington, Anthony and Schrape, Judy and Singh, Kuki, (eds). 2012. Engaging students with learning technologies. Perth, Western Australia: Curtin University.
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