This book is an anthology produced by the international association, Learning in Higher Education (LiHE). LiHE, whose scope includes the activities of colleges, universities and other institutions of higher education, has been one of the leading organizations supporting a shift in the education process from a transmission-based philosophy to a student-centred, learning-based approach. Each of the chapters explores techlogy-enhanced learning in higher education in terms of either policy or practice. They contain detailed descriptions of approaches taken in very different curriculum areas, and demonstrate clearly that techlogy may and can enhance learning only if it is designed with the learning process of students at its core. So the use of techlogy in education is more linked to pedagogy than it is to bits and bytes.
Claus Nygaard is Professor in Management Education at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. His research has resulted in several books and anthologies, and he has published in leading journals such as Higher Education, International Studies of Management & Organization, International Journal of Public Sector Management, and Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education.