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First JISC Capital Programme projects announced


Last modified 30 Jan, 2007
Published 20 Nov, 2006
JISC has announced the successful bids under the first round of funding of its capital programme. Representing an investment of nearly £5.5m, the 27 projects are being funded under the e-learning, e-infrastructure and repositories and preservation strands of the programme.

Among the 13 projects funded in the e-learning strand will be those linking with HEFCE’s Lifelong Learning Networks which are providing regional progression pathways between further education colleges and higher education institutions as a means of widening participation. With a key focus of the e-learning strand being the exploration of technology’s potential to enhance learning and teaching, another focus for a number of the funded projects will be how ICT can enhance practice-based learning, particularly in health, nursing and medicine.

  • Staffordshire University SURF WBL-WAY - Individualised Support for Work-Based Foundation Degrees
  • Birkbeck College MyPlan - Personal Planning for Learning throughout Life
  • Manchester University Development of e-Portfolio services to support lifelong workplace learning
  • Chester University Supporting Ongoing Learning in Vocational Settings (SOLVS)
  • Manchester Metropolitan University Interoperability Network North West (ioNW2)
  • Loughborough University WebPA - Online Peer and Self Assessment Application
  • London Metropolitan University Cross-institutional implementation and evaluation of digital dialogue games for inclusive and personalised learning
  • Bradford University Enhancing Learner Progression through Personalised Learning Environments (ELP2)
  • Southampton University 2 Placement Learning and Assessment Toolkit (Mplat)
  • Nottingham Trent University Hosted Shibboleth Based CV Builder for the East Midlands Area
  • Nottingham University JOSEPH - Joining up Organisations to support new Engineering Pathways into Higher Education
  • Derby University e-Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (e-APEL)
  • Bournemouth University Personal Development Planning for Cross-Institutional Lifelong Learning

Further details of all funded projects

via Philip Pothen

 

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