References and acknowledgements
The York TEL Handbook has been written by the E-Learning Development Team, Academic Support Office, University of York.
The Handbook draws upon our wide range of guidance, with links to technical guides, case studies written by the Team and academic staff at York, detailed walk-throughs developed by Wayne Britcliffe, and resources from beyond the institution.
First edition edited by Matt Cornock and Rosie Hare (2015).
Second edition edited by Matt Cornock (December 2016).
© 2015-2016 University of York.
The York TEL Handbook by E-Learning Development Team, University of York is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
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