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Breaking the rules is not a strategy to win

KMi Reporter, Monday 09 March 2015 | Annotate
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Evaluating learning technology and approaches regarding their impact is an extremely challenging task, with wrong choice in methodology often leading to low-impact, academic ivory tower research that nobody cares for.

Effie Law (University of Leicester) and KMi's Fridolin Wild therefore have compiled an inventory of relevant methods and approaches in order to help researchers pick the right instrument for the right aspect.

The inventory is available free of charge as Open Access to interested parties, click on the link below to download your copy.

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