Introduction to the Special Issue on Visual Learning in Higher Education

  • Brett Bligh Visual Learning Lab University of Nottingham
  • Rolf Wiesemes Visual Learning Lab University of Nottingham
  • Roger Murphy Visual Learning Lab University of Nottingham

Abstract

Higher education throughout the world is undergoing various processes of change, pressurised by demands to provide education for greater numbers of students and to do so using a variety of models of increasing number and diversity. Among these changes, the use of new technologies to support learning is attracting significant amounts of attention as university teachers and students seek to make the best use of the opportunities which they provide to both modernise learning methods and make learning and teaching more effective.
Published
2010-11-27
How to Cite
Bligh, B., Wiesemes, R., & Murphy, R. (2010). Introduction to the Special Issue on Visual Learning in Higher Education. Seminar.net, 6(1). Retrieved from https://journals.hioa.no/index.php/seminar/article/view/2454
Section
Editorial