Peer learning and knowledge sharing for distance learning students using mobile phones

Niall Winters, London Knowledge Lab Olajide Jolugbo, London Knowledge Lab Micah Matiangi and Caroline Mbindyo, African Medical and Research Foundation Chris Joynes, London International Development Centre TRA6 Winters (Final Report) Presentation slides and audio from RIDE2012 conference: Abstract Mobile phones, including smartphones, are becoming ubiquitous even in resource poor countries. Their size and portability make … Continue reading

Developing a PG certificate in higher education for teachers at ICEF Moscow

Jane Pritchard, Teaching and Learning Centre, London School of Economics Keywords: teacher education, higher education, distance learning, video conferencing Abstract The International College of Economics and Finance (ICEF) is an autonomous department of the National Research University – Higher School of Economics (NRUHSE) in Moscow, Russia that was established in 1997 in collaboration with the London School of … Continue reading

Using eLearning to support clinical skills acquisition: Exploring the experiences and perceptions of postgraduate first year pre-registration nursing students

Jacqueline Bloomfield and Anne Jones Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London Keywords: e-learning, clinical skills, nurse education Abstract Students entering nursing now come from a more diverse range of backgrounds than was the case a few decades ago and this is the case particularly with mature entrants to the profession. These students have a … Continue reading