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SWEET Resources

Resources relating to the SWEET toolkit project.

An overview of the SWEET project An overview of the SWEET project
A summary of the SWEET (Enterprise Web Services with Timetable Extensions for .NET) project.
SWEET project on ELF web site SWEET project on ELF web site
The SWEET project on the e-Learning Framework site contains information on how this project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software, documentation etc.
SWEET project on JISC site SWEET project on JISC site
The JISC web site for the SWEET.Net (Enterprise Web Services with Timetable Extentions for Microsoft .Net) project. This page provides formal project information, aims, obejectives and contacts.
SWEET project presentation 11-04 SWEET project presentation 11-04
Presentation by the SWEET project for the ELF developers forum held at the JISC/CETIS conference held in Oxford in November 2004.
SWEET project final report SWEET project final report
An edited version of the SWEET project final report for JISC.
CETIS Enterprise Special Interest Group (SIG) CETIS Enterprise Special Interest Group (SIG)
This SIG is concerned wth working with the IMS Enterprise Specification and Enterprise Services Specification, exchanging data about students and courses bewteen educational systems (VLEs, Student Records etc), joining up college systems to create Managed Learning Environments, and is interested in e-learning frameworks, architeture and web services. Minutes and presentations from regular meetings provide a valuable resource.
Enterprise Web Services in action Enterprise Web Services in action
A report from the 10th CETIS Enterprise Special Interest Group held at Chester Zoo.
Smirkboard to Perception project on JISC site Smirkboard to Perception project on JISC site
A summary of the Smirkboard to Perception via Sweet.net toolkit demonstrator project (round 2) on the JISC site.
Using Enterprise WS to Connect Smirkboard to Perception Using Enterprise WS to Connect Smirkboard to Perception
In this article Steve Bennett describes the Smirkboard to Perception toolkit demonstrator project which used Enterprise web services and the Sweet.net toolkit to transfer student and group data between Smirkboard (presentation software) and Question Mark Perception.
 

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