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16 Mar, 2010
Reporting on the e-Learning Programme.

The e-Learning Focus site was established in 2004 to provide a route into the e-Learning Programme for the wider community. From 2004-2007 it reported on its results as they become available, and provide commentary, news and articles to support the work of the projects.

Since 2007 all JISC CETIS staff have been reporting on the programme via the JISC CETIS site

The core information on the Programme, including calls and project information may be found on the mainJISC e-Learning Programme site.

The Editors of this site are Sarah Holyfield and Christina Smart, who work closely with David Sherlock the Web Support Officer, to provide support for the JISC eLearning Programme.

This team is based in JISC CETIS, at the University of Bolton.

Features 
Leap2A: Developing Portfolio Interoperability
With the launch of a new web site for Leap2A http://www.leapspecs.org/2A/ we look back over the last five years of development of the Leap2A portfolio specification and talk to some of the project teams about what has been achieved so far.
16 May, 2011
VLEs at the heart of curriculum innovation
This article looks at how VLEs are being used to support curriculum innovation in four of the recent Transformation Curriculum Delivery through Technology projects, and discusses why, despite all their shortcomings, VLEs are still are the heart of curriculum development.
07 Feb, 2011
Delegate numbers reach an all-time high at Innovating e-Learning 2010.
Proving once again the value of online conferencing, the fifth JISC Online Conference has attracted its highest ever numbers – 475 delegates from 11 countries.
29 Nov, 2010
CETIS10:Never Waste a Good Crisis
Resources and Reflections from the seventh JISC CETIS conference, Never Waste a Crisis, Innovation and Technology in Institutions, held in Nottingham this week.
18 Nov, 2010
Sustaining curriculum change
Unlike the political turmoil at Westminster there was an atmosphere of consensus at the Curriculum Delivery Programme meeting in Birmingham last week. The consensus emerging was around how best to sustain and embed project outputs after funding has ended. Here are my reflections from the day.
18 May, 2010
 
 

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