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Not Invented Here - a very acute comment. Year after year we hear for the need to convince people through research on the need to transform education and training through technology. Yet, when good research comes along there's always some reason to shelve it. Having attended universities on both sides of the Atlantic, I personally think that UK educational institutions have more to learn from Twigg's research than those in the US, as we have poorer practice in teaching (not research).

The bottom line is that few Vice Chancellors would have heard of the research and many want to quietly ignore its findings because it means change.

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