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Digital Literacy and the Dance Student: Digital Dance Objects and the Implications for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 January 2013

Abstract

This paper provides an overview of a project led by Sarah Whatley and David Bennett at Coventry University as part of the JISC-funded project CURVE (Coventry University Repository for a Virtual Environment). The project was one of a number of work packages developed throughout 2007–2008, in this case a dance learning objects package, to assist student engagement with the university's virtual learning environment (VLE). The dance learning objects package was developed, trialled, and is now in place. In developing these materials, the interest was in how the digital dance objects that we were creating for a parallel project—the AHRC funded Siobhan Davies Archive, which is an online digital archive—could be developed into learning objects and how this might lead to the development of new ways of teaching and learning, new assessment methods, and the development of further dance learning objects.

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Higher Education Academy (HEA). 2006. Reflections on Key Curriculum Outcomes, Challenges and ELearning Issues from Cognate Discipline Groups. Report on the outcomes of the E-Learning in the Disciplines Symposium, HEA and JISC, Birmingham, U.K.Google Scholar
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