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Published on January 6, 2009

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Slide 1: Overview of e-learning: aims and priorities Slide 2: Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system A 21st century education system Learners empowered Creativity and innovation Flexible provision Better value for learners A professional workforce Slide 3: A 21st century education system Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system Slide 4: A 21st century education system Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system Learners empowered Creativity and innovation Flexible provision Better value for learners A professional workforce Raising standards Improving quality Removing barriers to achievement Widening participation Preparing for employment skills Slide 5: A 21st century education system Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system Learners empowered Creativity and innovation Flexible provision Better value for learners A professional workforce Individualised learning Personalised support Collaborative learning Tools for innovation Virtual environments Flexible study Online communities Quality at scale Slide 6: A 21st century education system Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system Learners empowered Creativity and innovation Flexible provision Better value for learners A professional workforce Slide 7: Objectives of current DfES strategies Contributions from e-learning Strategic actions to embed e-learning across all sectors Proposed e-learning strategy – taking us to a 21stC education system A 21st century education system Learners empowered Creativity and innovation Flexible provision Better value for learners A professional workforce Do you agree with our vision for e-learning? Slide 8: Leading sustainable e-learning Medium term Support education leaders Build collaborative partnerships Sustainable e-learning Standards for baseline provision Slide 9: Leading sustainable e-learning Longer term Broadband connectivity Accessibility for all Universal access Integrate e-learning and e-administration Slide 10: Supporting innovation Medium term Embracing the new pedagogies Focus on shortage subject areas Establish the appropriate evaluation methodologies Slide 11: Supporting innovation Longer term Focus on removing barriers to learning Build a practice-oriented research environment Slide 12: Developing the education workforce Medium term Initial qualifications Professional development Slide 13: Developing the education workforce Longer term Higher level qualifications Career and workload Slide 14: Unifying learner support Medium – longer term E-portfolios for lifelong learning Knowledge management for learner support Online advice, guidance and diagnostics Slide 15: Aligning assessment Medium term Develop formative assessment Align assessment to the needs of pedagogy and subjects E-learning skills for life Slide 16: Aligning assessment Longer term Credit framework to fit e-learning Efficient assessment Slide 17: Building a better e-learning market Medium term Successful educational software A thriving market Slide 18: Building a better e-learning market Longer term IPR best practice and support Innovation Slide 19: Assuring technical and quality standards Medium term Public funding and procurement Quality standards Slide 20: Assuring technical and quality standards Longer term Technical and quality standards for pedagogy and process Slide 21: Issues for discussion Subject-specific aspects of e-learning pedagogy Action research pilots for e-learning assessment National databank for e-learning resources Intensive evaluation studies New approaches to cost-benefit analyses Community of practice for e-learning research and evaluation Guidance on e-learning for each discipline Generic learning design tools for teachers? Slide 22: Towards a Unified e-Learning Strategy Consultation exercise www.dfes.gov.uk/elearningstrategy

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