The strategy adopted was to develop a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), for which resource was awarded, and focus on the development of online Teaching and Learning delivery, with a view to redeploying it in Undergraduate teaching. This poster displays the concept of the MOOC as testing ground, and then broadens out to demonstrate some of the processes that were created to allow for online course design to be more streamlined in the future. Taking a specific institutional experience into consideration, the poster will exhibit the TPACK model within the context of online course and blended course delivery, demonstrating how TPACK is alive and active throughout the whole of the virtual learning experience, both in development and delivery. Importantly, operational facilitators and barriers to these activities will form a key part of the poster. This poster will help viewers recognise key principles for development before embarking on online/blended course development.
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