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Acknowledgements and References

The advice and guidance in the Phoebe tool have been drawn from a number of sources, but it has not always been feasible to acknowledge them explicitly on the various pages. However, we are grateful to the following individuals and institutions for permission to incorporate their material:

[Names to be added here as and when appropriate.]


The following online and printed publications are cited in Phoebe:

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Falconer, I., Conole, G., Jeffery, A. and Douglas, P. (2006). Learning Activity Reference Model – Pedagogy. JISC.

Franklin, T. and van Harmelen, M. (2007). Web 2.0 for Content for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. JISC. Available: Accessed: 14/08/07.