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The Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET) acts as an innovation unit for University systems and teaching. Initially founded as a stand-alone initiative, it is now a department of the University Library.
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The Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET) acts as an innovation unit for University systems and teaching. Initially founded by [[Jem Rashbass]] as a stand-alone initiative, it is now a department of the University Library, directed by [[John Norman]].
  
 
Crucible collaborators:
 
Crucible collaborators:
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* [[Talks.cam]]
 
* [[Talks.cam]]
 
* [[Scholarly networking]]
 
* [[Scholarly networking]]
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* [[Groups in academia]]
  
 
CARET staff engaged with Crucible projects:
 
CARET staff engaged with Crucible projects:
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* [[Jem Rashbass]]
 
* [[John Norman]]
 
* [[John Norman]]
 
* [[Laura James]]
 
* [[Laura James]]

Latest revision as of 08:52, 2 September 2011

The Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET) acts as an innovation unit for University systems and teaching. Initially founded by Jem Rashbass as a stand-alone initiative, it is now a department of the University Library, directed by John Norman.

Crucible collaborators:

Crucible projects based at CARET:

CARET staff engaged with Crucible projects:

Crucible Theme: Educational technology