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New Design for Learning Programme projects


Last modified 10 Apr, 2006
Published 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.

Below are details of the projects, which will build upon work of the first part of the e-Learning Programme.

A. Models of Practice

Glasgow Caledonian University in partnership with TESEP, Edith Cowan University and the University of Wollongong.

B. Pedagogic Planner

  1. Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning Unit (TALL), Oxford University Department for Continuing Education and Learning Technologies Group (LTG), Oxford University Computing Services.
  2. Institute of Education, University of London and Institute of Education, London Metropolitan University, LAMS International Pty Ltd

C. Implementation Projects

  1. University of Greenwich - with partners JISC infoNet, Association for Learning Technology (ALT), Staffordshire University, Greenwich Community College, Barnet College, Dartford Grammar School, Leeds College of Technology, Loughborough College, Greenwich Council Education Services/ Aimhigher/ ASPIRE/ Greenwich City Learning Centres.
  2. Centre for Learning & Teaching, University of Southampton and Centre for Academic Practice, University of Warwick.
  3. University of Cambridge and University of Nottingham.
  4. University of Sheffield.
  5. Swansea College and Gorseinon College.

C. Technical development projects

  1. University of Oxford with partners London Knowledge Lab (Institute of Education, University of London) and Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
  2. Liverpool Hope University with partners Phosphorix Ltd and St Helens College.
  3. Ravensbourne College.
  4. The Open University with partners Liverpool Hope University,Open University of the Netherlands.

D. Support Project

CETIS, Bolton University.

Formative Evaluation

Glenaffric Ltd.

Further details will be available shortly on the e-Learning and Pedagogy web site

 

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