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Remixing e-Learning Remixing e-Learning
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.
Briefing Papers Briefing Papers
There are three Briefing Papers which synthesise the work of the MLEs for Lifelong Learning programme under the heading Supporting a Lifetime of Learning.
e-Portfolios e-Portfolios
This briefing paper provides an overview of the lessons learnt from the programme around e-portfolios, providing the policy context, what this means for institutions, key issues and challenges and what JISC is doing in this area.
Cross-institutional provision Cross-institutional provision
This briefing paper provides an overview of the policy context, what this means for institutions, key issues and challenges and what JISC is doing in this area.
Supporting learners across the educational landscape Supporting learners across the educational landscape
This briefing paper provides an overview the programme, and provides an overview of the policy context for lifelong learning, what this means for institutions, the JISC vision of lifelong learning, and what JISC is doing in the area.
e-Portfolios Briefing Paper e-Portfolios Briefing Paper
This briefing paper provides an overview of the lessons learnt from the programme around e-portfolios, providing the policy context, what this means for institutions, key issues and challenges and what JISC is doing in this area.
JISC CETIS 08 links JISC CETIS 08 links
Here are the links to the sessions, video, twitters, flickrs, and blogs from this week's JISC CETIS conference. A more in-depth report will follow next week.
The kids are alright online The kids are alright online
'While parents fret about timewasting games and online predators, young people are alert to the dangers and relaxed with technologies' potential, says Richard Sarson'. Interesting perspective on young people's use of social networking tools with important pointers for the design of e-learning
Assessment design for learner responsibility Assessment design for learner responsibility
Registration is now open for the international online conference sponsored by the REAP Project to be held between 29th and 31st May 2007
Activity Area Overview Activity Area Overview
An overview from the JISC site of the Structure and Approach of the e-Learning Programme.
Activity Area Overview Activity Area Overview
An overview of the current structure of the e-Learning Programme.
tanss tanss
The case for a technical framework to support elearning The case for a technical framework to support elearning
This paper by Scott Wilson is subset of the fuller paper, 'A Technical Framework to Support e-Learning' to be found in these key resources, and looks at - why do we need a technical framework? What does the framework do? What is service oriented architecture? How does the framework help and provide value for money? And how sustainable is it?
A Technical Framework to Support e-Learning A Technical Framework to Support e-Learning
This paper (by Wilson, Olivier, Jeyes, Powell and Franklin) provides the background and case for e-Learning Framework (ELF). The paper first discusses the rationale for developing a service oriented framework for managed learning environments (MLE) and e-learning, and then proposes a framework with a brief description of each service. A summary of the paper is provided in the reading guide
e-Learning and Innovation e-Learning and Innovation
An overview of this strand
A Review of Learning Design A Review of Learning Design
A Review of Learning Design:Concept, Specifications and Tools (May 2004) by Sandy Britain. This review introduces the concept of learning design and why it offers 'new possibilities for increasing the quality and variety of teaching and learning'. There is also an evaluation of the various learning design tools available as of May 2004. Some of these tools have been substantially developed since this report was written. This link will download the reprt from the JISC web site.
e-Learning as the learners see it e-Learning as the learners see it
Report from the Pedagogy Experts group meeting.
Distributed e-Learning Distributed e-Learning
An overview of the work of this strand.
Sakai Conference takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia, May 30 to June 2 Sakai Conference takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia, May 30 to June 2
...and brought together the 'the entire community together to share their Sakai vision, experiences, and implementations.'
PyAssess Project: a toolkit for QTI2 migration PyAssess Project: a toolkit for QTI2 migration
Steve Lay talks about the PyAssess project in the e-assessment domain which aimed to create an IMS QTI v2 compliant assessment system using Python and a means of migrating content between QTI versions 1 and 2. In the article Steve details the language incompatibilities that arose during the project and suggests that web services may provide the answer allowing: "better defined web services may help applications to break out of their language community silos".
 

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