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04 Sep, 2006

JISC OSS Watch recently reported that more than three quarters of all UK colleges and Universities consider open source options when procuring IT systems.

04 Sep, 2006

In the e-admin area - The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) wishes to commission three studies into good practice and technology-supported approaches in recruitment and admissions.

22 Aug, 2006

The meeting on 3rd August in Manchester marked the 3rd phase of Toolkits and the 2nd phase of Demonstrator projects.

11 Aug, 2006

e-Learning patent provides stimulus for collective history of virtual learning environments to develop

24 Jul, 2006

Fourth JISC e-Learning Programme newsletter now published and provides an update on recent activities and developments in all the Programme strands.

03 Jul, 2006

"Crossing the Chasm: open source comes of age", Paul Anderson of Intelligent Content explores the themes that came out of the OSS Watch conference held in April 2006

03 Jul, 2006

The latest update on the e-Framework Initiative includes news on ....

Nike Holmes, 03 Jul, 2006

HEFCE and JISC would like to invite you to the launch of the Intellectual Property Rights in e-Learning Programmes Report: Good practice guidance for senior managers.

Colin Milligan, 30 Jun, 2006

On June the Seventh, the Chancellors Conference Centre in Manchester provided the venue for an event hosted by the CETIS Pedagogy Forum to discuss a new and exciting topic, the Personal Learning Environment (PLE).

James Dalziel, 20 Jun, 2006

The LAMS Foundation announces the beta release of LAMS V2, and an accompanying workshop hosted by the London Knowledge Lab 4th July 2006, 10am-1pm

Rob Ward, 19 Jun, 2006

In partnership with the Higher Education Academy, JISC, EPAC and SURF, the Centre for Recording Achievement is now pulling together an international seminar on the theme of researching and evaluating personal development planning (PDP) and e-portfolios for October 2006

06 Jun, 2006

This Update provides a brief account of current and completed activities from the e-Learning and Pedagogy strand of the JISC e-Learning Programme, dating from March 2006.

Sarah Knight, 18 May, 2006

Four workshops are being offered by JISC between July–September in partnership with the Higher Education Academy and JISC InfoNet on designing technology-enabled learning spaces

15 May, 2006

Over 200 people from all over the UK who were interested in submitting proposals met in Birmingham on 10th May to find out more about the programme.

Jon Mason, 08 May, 2006

The April issue of the e-Framework for Education and Research newsletter is now available. This issue includes details of the ICT agreement between and UK and New Zealand that was signed in early April.


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