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RAMBLE Resources

Developing Standards based e-Learning Tools Developing Standards based e-Learning Tools
The Distributed e-Learning (DeL) strand of the e-Learning Programme is funding the development of innovative, standards based, open source tools for students and teachers which aim to provide new opportunities for learning. This article looks at the rationale behind these projects and the tools that are being produced.
Mobile Blogs, Personal Reflections and Learning Environments Mobile Blogs, Personal Reflections and Learning Environments
An article by Paul Trafford of the RAMBLE e-learning tools project on student use of mobile blogs and integrating blogs with institutional VLEs.
RAMBLE RAMBLE
A summary of the RAMBLE (Remote Authoring of Mobile Blogs for Learning Environments)project funded by the distributed e-learning strand.
RAMBLE project website RAMBLE project website
A direct link to the RAMBLE (Remote Authoring of Mobile Blogs for Learning Environments) project based at Oxford University.
RAMBLE project on the JISC site RAMBLE project on the JISC site
The JISC web site for the RAMBLE (Remote Authoring of Mobile Blogs for Learning Environments) e-learning tool project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
RAMBLE project on the e-Learning Framework site RAMBLE project on the e-Learning Framework site
This page provides information on how the project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
 

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