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22 May, 2007

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    1. May, 2007

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    Resources on writing successful JISC bids
    The current JISC capital call for projects closes on the 21st June so for many this is a time of frenzied bid writing. But what makes a proposal successful? With success rates for JISC proposals sometimes as low as 10% bid writers will be keen to know what will make their proposal stand out from the crowd. We’ve pulled together a number of resources from the JISC and the RSCs about how to write that winning bid.
    15 May, 2007

    Educational Content SIG and Pedagogy Forum meeting report
    Liverpool Hope University hosted the joint JISC CETIS Educational Content Special Interest Group and Pedagogy Forum meeting last week which focused on the JISC Design for Learning programme (D4L). There were updates on the two Pedagogy Planner projects three projects at Liverpool Hope which are using the IMS LD specification, and reports were given on LAMS version 2 and the TENCompetence project.
    04 May, 2007

    Report from the JISC e-Framework for Education and Research workshop
    A report from the JISC e-Framework for Education and Research workshop which took place on February 12th at the Aston Business School Conference Centre where projects were updated on the latest e-Framework developments.
    02 Apr, 2007

    Report from the JISC conference 2007
    Developments in the e-Learning Programme were well represented at last week's JISC conference. Of particular interest was the announcement of a JISC Enterprise Working Group to evaluate The Open Group Architecture Framework for HE and FE.
    20 Mar, 2007

    PyAssess Project: a toolkit for QTI2 migration
    Steve Lay talks about the PyAssess project in the e-assessment domain which aimed to create an IMS QTI v2 compliant assessment system using Python and a means of migrating content between QTI versions 1 and 2. In the article Steve details the language incompatibilities that arose during the project and suggests that web services may provide the answer allowing: "better defined web services may help applications to break out of their language community silos".
    14 Mar, 2007

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    Assessment design for learner responsibility
    Registration is now open for the international online conference sponsored by the REAP Project to be held between 29th and 31st May 2007

    11 May, 2007

    JISC Capital Programme e-Learning Capital Programme Induction meeting
    Last week JISC held an induction meeting for many of its new e-Learning Capital projects to tell them about how the e-Learning Programme works and to offer some advice on legal issues, evaluation, accessibility, the e-Framework, project management and dissemination.

    30 Apr, 2007

    JISC Circular 1/07: Capital Call Funding
    JISC Circular 1/07 invites institutions to submit funding proposals for projects in the following areas: e-learning; e-infrastructure; repositories and digital preservation; institutional exemplars aimed at supporting existing institutional strategies.

    30 Apr, 2007

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    Elsewhere on the web 

    The kids are alright online
    While parents fret about timewasting games and online predators, young people are alert to the dangers and relaxed with technologies potential, says Richard Sarson'. Interesting perspective on young people's use of social networking tools with important pointers for the design of e-learning
    11 May, 2007

    SOA for Dummies podcast
    Judith Hurwitz, President and CEO of consulting firm Hurwitz & Associates, talks about some of the key sections inside "Service Oriented Architecture for Dummies", a book she recently co-authored. This podcast is about 15 mins long and whilst focussed on the business world has some aspects which may be of interest to the education world as well.
    22 Mar, 2007

    Office 2.0 Software Directory
    The idea is pretty simple: use a generic web browser and a set of online services to provide all the functionality needed by a computer user, removing the need for any application to be installed on the computer itself. I call it Office. 2.0 - Ismael Chang Ghalimi - a very useful list of Office 2.0 services - via Scott Wilson
    22 Mar, 2007

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    Leap2A: Developing Portfolio Interoperability
    With the launch of a new web site for Leap2A 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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