The Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation & Change

ISSN (online) 2049-7385

The TELIC e-journal is an online peer-reviewed journal published by the Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University. It is for professionals in education who are working in, or who are interested in, the field of educational technology and technology enhanced learning.


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Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation and Change

Table of Contents


Developing professional knowledge and expertise in educational technology: legacy, change and investment PDF
Richard Pountney, Herman Schimmel

Research Articles

Student Perceptions of Learning, as seen through a camera lens PDF
Ian Guest
Motivated for Learning? The introduction of e-portfolios to Level 1 students in a Further Education college PDF
Anita Jane Kenny
A study of personal learning profiles of managers and the potential effect on professional development of teaching staff PDF
René Slootweg
The use of coping strategies as a means of fostering personal development for students with a disability: a case study PDF
Cristiaan van Meurs
Appreciation of the use of Blackboard at the Police Academy of the Netherlands using the Technology Acceptance Model PDF
Reinder Vrielink
Online blogs as a reflective tool - the experience and support needs of a group of international students in Higher Education PDF
David Weatherall
Implementing blended learning, in the form of a learning network, to enhance social learning PDF
Marianne De Vriendt

Practice Papers

Telling TELIC stories: celebrating practice in a learning community PDF
Chris Thomson
For fact’s sake: thoughts towards researching MOOCs PDF
Andrew Wright


Brief thoughts on becoming a TELIC ‘newbie’ PDF
Bram Bruggeman
What does it mean to be a Digital Lifewide Learner? PDF
Sue Beckingham
Reflections on the last 10 years of TELIC and ELMAC conferences PDF
Richard McCarter

ISSN (online) 2049-7385
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