Current and developing practice in the use of social networking (Web 2.0) in higher education
This survey is being undertaken on behalf of the Committee of Inquiry into the Changing Learner Experience
for all the UK funding agencies. The survey's specific remit is to report on the changing use of Web 2.0 technologies for teaching, learning, support and administration purposes in higher education. This survey is being undertaken in five countries to help inform an international comparison. The survey has 4 pages and should take about 20 minutes if you have use of Web 2.0 examples to share.
The Inquiry is concerned with the experiences of incoming and current students and its remit includes:
Further details of the Committee of Inquiry into the Changing Learner Experience can be found at http://www.clex.org.uk/.
- the extent, nature and purpose of students’ use of social networking and other new learning practices;
- students' expectations of HEIs in respect of the use of social networking and other Web 2 technologies;
- the range of other changing learner experiences, including experiences with enrolment, timetabling, module choice,
- implications for information and communication technology services, marketing, recruitment, induction, approaches to learning and teaching (pedagogy), outreach and widening participation, guidance, staff etc.
- the implications for provision for other groups of learners, e.g. those in workplace learning, those from overseas, mature learners, part-time learners;
- international comparisons.
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