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Journal of Learning Design

2016 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Messy Design: Organic Planning for Blended Learning

    Andrea Rankin, Ann Luzeckyj, Jane Haggis & Callum Gare

    In this paper we argue that a messy design process does not mitigate against sharing and transfer of artefacts across educational domains. In fact, such a process can aid in developing a model for ... More

    pp. 14-21

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  2. Using a Reflective Court Report to Integrate and Assess Reflective Practice in Law

    Kelley Burton

    In an Australian legal education context, there is minimal research on designing and implementing a court report as a summative assessment task. This journal article attempts to fill this gap by... More

    pp. 56-67

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