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The following will be trialled at my IWMW 2010 session in Sheffield. The intention is to experiment with using an outside location as part of a classroom activity. The activity is based around a previous blended learning activity which uses clickers and VLE quiz banks (see slide 11 and 12 of http://www.slideshare.net/andyramsden/bath-spa-keynote-tl-dat ). The rationale for getting people to work outside as part of the activity is so I can engineer the groups to force people to work outside the peer groups. An observation of many of the clicker activities is although they encourage group activity, many fall down because people are static in lecture threatres and tend to sit next to their friends, people also tend to sit in the same area of the room throughout a taught course. Therefore, to maximise the educational benefits of this design I need to change the groups.