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Curriculum design underpins much of our work.
Our implementations of blended and e-learning have been underpinned by an understanding of design for learning and investigations to help us understand the processes by which practitioners go about design.
We have been running and evaluating our Course Redesign Intensives at Brookes since 2003.
Internationalisation of the curriculum is about students developing global perspectives and cross-cultural capability in order to be able to perform, professionally and socially, in a multicultural environment.
The main aim of the Reinvention Centre CETL was to integrate research-based learning into the undergraduate curriculum. The purpose is not simply to teach undergraduates research skills but to enable undergraduates to become involved in research and integrated into the research cultures of their departments.
This theme has close links with the School of Education's Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment research group.
CABLE Transfer, with the University of Hertfordshire to evaluate their embedding of blended learning through course design workshops.
The Higher Education Academy funded Pathfinder project supported the initial development and early evaluation of the Oxford Brookes Course Design Intensives workshops.