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ISIS Resources

Resources that relate to the Integratihng Simple Sequencing toolkit project.

An Overview of the ISIS project An Overview of the ISIS project
A brief overview of the ISIS (Integrating Simple Sequencing) toolkit project (2004).
ISIS Project on the ELF website ISIS Project on the ELF website
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, documentation etc.
ISIS project on JISC web site ISIS project on JISC web site
The JISC web site for the ISIS (Integration Simple Sequencing) toolkit project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
ISIS Project web site ISIS Project web site
a direct link to the website run by the project.
CETIS Educational Content Special Interest Group CETIS Educational Content Special Interest Group
The aim of this group is to track, evaluate and support the UK FE/HE sector's uptake and implementation of the educational content interoperability standards. They focus primarily on IMS:Content Packaging, Learning Design and Simple Sequencing.
ISIS project final report ISIS project final report
An edited version of the ISIS project final report.
Assessment Web Services Projects Assessment Web Services Projects
Assessment is a relatively mature e-learning area so its not surprising that there have been a number of successful JISC funded web service projects in this domain. In this article Rowin Young co-ordinator of the CETIS Assessment Special Interest Group discusses why assessment is important for the student learning experience with the aid of two scenarios and summarises the progress of some of the web service projects to date.
ISIS project presentation 11-04 ISIS project presentation 11-04
Presentation on the ISIS and ASSIS projects for the assessment parallel session held at the JISC/CETIS conference held in Oxford in November 2004
 

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