This case study looks at the practical outcomes of using ‘Workflow’ in a blended learning environment, examining its potential to enhance both the learning of the students and the perception of the students’ learning by staff. Workflow was provided as a collaborative tool for students, during a live industry project at the Fashion Business School in London College of Fashion. This study explores the outcomes of their collaborative work and discusses the ways Workflow can enhance academics’ perception of the student learning experience.
blended learning, netfolios, e-folio, collaboration, Mahara
Course Leader, BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Marketing, BA (Hons) Fashion Retail Management and Graduate Diploma Fashion Management, London College of Fashion.
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