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Literature review

Page history last edited by Anna Gruszczynska 11 years, 3 months ago

This page serves as a repository for any documents relevant to the literature review which supports the CSAP-OER project, where you can access resources on pedagogic frameworks relevant to OER, as well as explore articles related to sociology (of the) curriculum. In the spirit of the OER project, all these references have been uploaded on our citeulike profile (academic bookmarking web 2.0 platform, see also a related overview of web 2.0 tools created as part of CSAP project here).

 

 

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Content
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 Pedagogic frameworks to support OER Resources stemming from the debate on pedagogical frameworks and OERs
pbwiki page
 Looking at sociology (of the) curriculum  Annotated reference list of resources relevant to social sciences curricula
doc
Curriculum Development Literature and its relevance to the development of OERs Literature review, focusing on curriculum development
docx

 

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Comments (1)

Dave Harris said

at 10:05 pm on Mar 2, 2010

This is a very useful and wide-ranging collection of resources and readings. I have found lots to read and to follow up and it will keep me going for quite a while. Two questions really: (a) is there any point in still separating out pedagogy and curriculum in the usual way? (b) I have some rough and ready notes on Bourdieu's 'rational pedagogy' (not the material on scholarly fields but the material from his early collaborative work on university teaching -- like Academic Discourse or The Inheritors). Would anyone like to see them?
Dave

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