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Case studies on social media supporting marginalised students

Thursday, 14 July 2011
Case studies on social media supporting marginalised students

The European Commission supported project Links-up has published a set of interesting case studies describing how social computing is being used to support new forms of learning and new ways of supporting inclusion. Many of these cases highlight innovatives uses of ICT in different European countries targeting school going students.

These in-depth ‘exemplars’ of Learning 2.0 initiatives, reflect particular configurations of technological choices and attributes; learning scenarios, pedagogic models and tools; institutional arrangements; target users and objectives. Find out more from the Links-up website.

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