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Lisa Corley, 02 May, 2006

CETIS is holding an event: "What is a PLE? The future or just another buzz word?", to discuss developments in Personal Learning Environments on the 7th June in Manchester.

02 May, 2006

The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) invites institutions to submit funding proposals for projects in the following areas: e-learning, repositories and preservation, and e-infrastructure

18 Apr, 2006

The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) invites tenders from consultants with the relevant skills, expertise and knowledge to support the interactions between JISC’s e-learning programme and relevant ICT industries.

12 Apr, 2006

The meeting on 28th March summed up the work of the first year of the eXchanging Course Information Project (XCRI), and featured presentations from early implementors using the XCRI schema.

10 Apr, 2006

Scott Wilson's recent presentation at the Educational Content SIG on Remixing e-Learning has some great examples of how web services are being used to mash together data sets to create new resources. Essential viewing.

10 Apr, 2006

JISC has announced the new projects in the Design for Learning Programme. Projects will include a study on Models of Practice, Development of Pedagogic Planners and a number of Implementation projects.

10 Apr, 2006

The 4th e-Framework Developer's Forum will be held in Bolton on the 20th April. This Forum focuses on the Enterprise web service projects.

09 Apr, 2006

A new FAQ on open source licencing has just been produced by JISC funded study.

09 Apr, 2006

JISC and SURF have been meeting to explore how they might work more closely in the area of electronic portfolio.

09 Apr, 2006

'Partnership will bring major benefits to education and research communities in the UK and New Zealand'

05 Apr, 2006

JISC's major new Capital Programme, funded by HEFCE and HEFCW from April 2006 – March 2009, consists of six areas of development: Network; Digitisation; Repositories; e-Learning; e-Infrastructure; and User Environments. Town meetings will be held in April and May.

Ros Smith, 03 Apr, 2006

The third theme of the JISC Online Conference ‘Innovating e-Learning 2006’ brought the event to a close with a lively mix of creativity, innovation and technology.

Ros Smith, 30 Mar, 2006

The learner’s experience of e-learning was the focus of the second theme of the JISC Online Conference, which opened for postings on Tuesday 28 – Thursday 30 March. The keynote session for the theme was given by John Stone, newly appointed Chief Executive of the Learning and Skills Network (LSN) and currently principal of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College.

Shelia MacNeill, 29 Mar, 2006

Presentations from the CETIS Educational Content SIG are now available online. They include presentations from a number of the Scottish Transformation projects.

Ros Smith, 29 Mar, 2006

The JISC Online Conference ‘Innovating e-Learning Practice 2006’ was launched with a welcome address by Sarah Porter, Head of Development at JISC, in which she laid out her vision for the e-Learning Programme.


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