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BUILDING A TAXONOMY FOR DIGITAL LEARNING


What is it?

This guide aims to help higher education providers build a common language to describe digital approaches to programme delivery, and support them in setting students' expectations of their programs.


Who is it for?

Everyone but especially higher education providers.


What can it do?

Section 1: Building an Understanding of Common Terms:
  • Online, virtual or digital learning?
  • Blended or hybrid learning?
  • Distance or remote learning?
  • Face-to-face, in-person, on compaus or onsite delivery?
  • Social or physical distancing?

Section 2: Building a Taxonomy of Students' Digital Experience:
  • Passive digital engagement/experience
  • Supportive digital engagement/experience
  • Augmented digital engagement/experience
  • Interactive digital engagement/experience
  • Immersive digital engagement/experience

Section 3: Building a Glossary








The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (2020). Building a taxonomy for digital learning. Retrieved from https://www.qaa.ac.uk/docs/qaa/guidance/building-a-taxonomy-for-digital-learning.pdf (accessed 22 August 2021).