The Global Learning Council (GLC) will present its draft white paper regarding technology-enhanced learning (TEL) and the sharing of learning data to the Association of Public and Land-grant University (APLU) member presidents and chancellors on June 18, 2015.
The paper, “Technology-Enhanced Learning: Best Practices and Data Sharing in Higher Education,” is the result of the council’s work following its inaugural meeting in September 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA, during which the GLC identified the need for common principles and sources of information around best practices in the design and adoption of TEL environments and tools, as well as a common framework for sharing learning data in higher education. The draft white paper offers nine specific recommendations for the implementation of best practices in TEL and sharing learning data.
The draft was previously presented in April 2015 to the Association of American Universities (AAU) and is available for public comment. Institutions are invited to submit information about their own activities that exemplify the best practice recommendations suggested by the GLC. Submissions will be compiled and referenced on the GLC website and final paper, which is being targeted for release at the end of 2015 or early 2016.