Publication Highlights

Anatomy of a MOOC for Teacher CPD Print
Tuesday, 23 December 2014
moocreport-ictinprimaryeducation.jpgThe evaluation report of our first MOOC, ICT in Primary Education, has now been published under the title Anatomy of a MOOC for Teacher CPD - read on for a download link. The MOOC recently received backing from President Barack Obama and was jointly developed under the leadership of Prof Diana Laurillard by the London Knowledge Lab at the UCL Institute of Education, the UNESCO Institute for IT in Education, and the University of London International Programme.
Book Award includes LKL Contribution Print
Monday, 24 November 2014
thumb_handbookofmobilelearning.jpgSara Price, Paul Davies and William Farr are the authors of a chapter on Teachers’ Tools: Designing Customizable Applications for M-learning Activities in the Handbook of Mobile Learning, which won the 2014 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Division of Distance Learning (DDL) Distance Education Book Award.
OLDS MOOC Final Report Print
Tuesday, 01 October 2013
OLDS MOOC BadgeA report is now available on the Learning Design MOOC, run by LKL and several other universities, led by the OU. The 9-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on learning and curriculum design ran from January to March 2013, with  over 1100 registrations and more than 400 participants attending regularly from across the UK Higher and Further Education as well as community and skills sectors, plus a number of international participants.
Decoding Learning Print
Monday, 19 November 2012
Decoding LearningLKL's Rose Luckin and Richard Noss contributed to the Nesta-commissioned report on how technology has been used in the UK education systems. The report has now been published and received a significant media echo.
Exploring Myths and Realities of Superfast Britain Print
Monday, 05 November 2012
thumb-pubs_08.pngProf Rose Luckin contributes to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit report on Superfast Britain? Myths and realities about the UK’s broadband future released on 30 October The Economist selected Education as a key area of interest and in this balanced report they conclude that "superfast broadband can be used to support educational transformation, but will not bring it about on its own". This is a key point - it is not the existence of super fast or super fat broadband alone that makes the difference, what matters are the possibilities afforded when such infrastructure is combined with human enterprise and a landscape of consumerized technology in which almost everyone has a potentially sophisticated learning device in their hands or homes: TV, phone, or tablet.
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