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This paper originally appeared as: Hedberg, J, Oliver, R, Harper, B et al, Implementing generic learning designs based upon quality ICT exemplars, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computers in Education, 3-6 December 2002, 1011-1016. Copyright IEEE 2002.


Within the context of an AUTC funded Project: Information and Communication Technologies and Their Role in Flexible Learning, this paper presents an analysis of learning designs using ICTs and how this grounded approach might be a more useful structure to design effective learning environments. The project has developed generic or reusable frameworks for technology-enhanced high quality learning experiences in higher education and this paper will present several examples, of the original design and how the key elements were selected and developed for use by others. As this project is currently developing these generic exemplars of learning designs, the final presentation will demonstrate how the designs might be reengineered to become useful templates for other instructors and other knowledge domains.

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