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Validating Scholarship in University Teaching: Contstructing a National Scheme for External Peer Review of ICT-Based Teaching and Learning Resources

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The aim of this project was to develop conceptual and procedural bases for a national scheme for independent and expert peer-review of ICT-based teaching resources. The report is aimed at recording and consolidating information gathered since the project's inception for the benefit of those interested in the intentions and conceptual underpinnings of the scheme. A concern that teaching resources based on the use of ICTs were being developed without any external quality verification and feedback process; a need for ICT-based resource developers to be recognised and rewarded for their achievements; a need for the collaboration and dissemination of knowledge regarding the design, nature and availability of ICT-based resources; and need for the work of academics in this area to be recognised as scholarly. This research was funded under the Evaluations and Investigations Programme (EIP).

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