Enhancing the quality of learning through Blended Problem-based Learning

C. Beaumont, B. Norton, M. Barret-Baxendale

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This paper presents a case study of a project to analyse the effectiveness of the introduction of blended problem-based Learning in a module at an outreach centre for Liverpool Hope University. The paper explains the rationale, design and organisation of the module, together with the research methodology adopted. It provides some initial guidelines for other practitioners who wish to pursue similar activities
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventHigher Education Academy (HEA) Subject Centre for Information and Computer Science Conference - Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Duration: 29 Aug 200631 Aug 2006

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ConferenceHigher Education Academy (HEA) Subject Centre for Information and Computer Science Conference
CountryIreland
CityDublin
Period29/08/0631/08/06

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Beaumont, C., Norton, B., & Barret-Baxendale, M. (2006). Enhancing the quality of learning through Blended Problem-based Learning. Paper presented at Higher Education Academy (HEA) Subject Centre for Information and Computer Science Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
Beaumont, C. ; Norton, B. ; Barret-Baxendale, M. / Enhancing the quality of learning through Blended Problem-based Learning. Paper presented at Higher Education Academy (HEA) Subject Centre for Information and Computer Science Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
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Enhancing the quality of learning through Blended Problem-based Learning. / Beaumont, C.; Norton, B.; Barret-Baxendale, M.

2006. Paper presented at Higher Education Academy (HEA) Subject Centre for Information and Computer Science Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

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