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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
As Web2.0 technology and particularly the development of social and mobile learning becomes a major factor it is important that the technology becomes an integral part of the student experience. It should be based on a pedagogical approach rather than for the sake of using technology. Working collaboratively between students and teachers is an important aspect in the development of cognitive ability.
I have been involved in building providing Web2.0 solutions to a number of academic practices such as assessment, social networking for pre-registration university students and providing other solutions such as podcasting for students to choose electives for a course. Creation of interactive modules based on the internal WebCT network. Developing spaces to create collaborative learning spaces.
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