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Related Links

The links below are projects or areas of interest to the LDSE project.

The Learning Design GridThe aim of this theme team is to produce a concise, comprehensive and accessible set of resources which will empower educators and learners to participate in design discourse and practices in technology enhanced learning (TEL).
  
London Pedagogy Planner, an interactive tool for designing teaching and learning at both the module and session levels

Phoebe supports the design of individual sessions and incorporates a community-owned resource bank of learning designs.
Phoebe del.icio.us site: Follow Link

Curriki
As in 'curriculum' + 'wiki.' This is a pedagogical version of Wikipedia.

ICTs and Their Role in Flexible Learning 
Generic resources for teachers.

OntoID, a tool being developed by the Multimedia University in Malaysia:
Follow Link

JISC:
Design for Learning programme (of which is the LDSE project is part)
Models of Practice project
Effective Practice programme
Animation illustrating a Service Oriented Approach, which mentions sharing course data

JISC Curriculum Design programme


LAMS:

LAMS Foundation: http://lamsfoundation.org/

LAMS Community: http://www.lamscommunity.org

LAMS International: http://www.lamsinternational.com/


Learning network for learning design

Pedagogical Patterns 

Icoper: http://www.icoper.org

PCel: http://elearn.pri.univie.ac.at/patterns/

TLRP-TEL programme website; http://www.tlrp.org/tel/

Interloc: http://www.interloc.org/

MERLOT: http://www.merlot.org

Design Principles Database: http://www.edu-design-principles.org

Open University Learning Design Initiative: http://ouldi.open.ac.uk

Cloudworks: http://cloudworks.ac.uk

Viewpoints project: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/curriculumdesign/viewpoints.aspx

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