A number of projects have recently emerged with an interest in developing a tool to guide lecturers through the learning design process so that they might develop effective and pedagogically sound learning designs. Five of these projects - Phoebe, LearningMapR, Compendium, QUT’s Learning Design Templates and the LAMS Activity Planner - are outlined below.
|Title of host publication||Designing for learning|
|Subtitle of host publication||post-conference reflections and abstracts|
|Editors||Simon Walker, Malcolm Ryan, Robert Teed|
|Place of Publication||Greenwich, U.K.|
|Publisher||University of Greenwich, Education Development Team|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
Cameron, L. (2008). Developing a pedagogical planner. In S. Walker, M. Ryan, & R. Teed (Eds.), Designing for learning: post-conference reflections and abstracts (pp. 53-66). Greenwich, U.K.: University of Greenwich, Education Development Team.