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    The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) has confirmed that it will provide funding of £25,000 to enable the FPS to undertake a 13 month dating online free project to develop an innovative blended learning module. TVU will be working in collaboration with London Metropolitan University to re-purpose existing e-learning objects into a TVU module covering ‘Academic Competence and Critical Enquiry’ led by Lyn Greaves, Teaching Fellow. A number of staff from across TVU will be contributing to the project.

    The bid was submitted by a small team consisting of Lyn Greaves, Senior Lecturer from the Faculty of Professional Studies, School of Business, Tad Leduchowicz Head of the E-Learning Unit and Andy Turner Manager of the Online Systems Group and Professor Sibel Roller, FHHS.

    The initiative will provide a number of opportunities for engaging with acknowledged national and international specialists in blended and e-learning. Diana Laurillard from the Institute of Education and Claire Bradley from the London Metropolitan University led a workshop for TVU staff on the 11th February. The aim was to explore the possible use in TVU of a Pedagogic Planner developed by the Institute of Education for the purpose of creating blended learning courses that incorporate e-learning. Although the Pedagogic Planner is at an early argumentessay.com/ stage of development there are many potential benefits in being involved at the development stage. The Faculty hopes to use this and similar instruments to help mainstream blended learning approaches.