AJET 21(1) Goodyear (2005) - educational design and networked learning: Patterns Peter GoodyearUniversity of Sydney There is a growing demand for advice about effective, time efficient ways of using ICT to support student learning in higher education. This paper uses one such area of activity - networked learning - as a context in which to outline a novel approach to educational design. The paper makes two main contributions. AJET 21(1) Goodyear (2005) - educational design and networked learning: Patterns
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