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Reference models, BPEL and stitching web services together Reference models, BPEL and stitching web services together
A report from the e-Learning Framework (ELF) Developers Forum and Assessment Special Interest Group in Glasgow.
E-Learning Frameworks and Tools: Is it too late? E-Learning Frameworks and Tools: Is it too late?
In two posts on Auricle Derek Morrison discusses whether most institutions have backed themselves into a corner with proprietory VLEs, where they can't respond to new and potentially powerful technologies for learning.
Redesigning the curriculum Redesigning the curriculum
We interviewed JISC programme managers, Sarah Knight and Lisa Gray, about what the JISC Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design and Transforming Curriculum Delivery Through Technology Programmes aim to achieve and progress to date.
e-Framework newsletter November 2009 e-Framework newsletter November 2009
The latest news from the e-Framework for education and research initiative.
Sustaining curriculum change Sustaining curriculum change
Unlike the political turmoil at Westminster there was an atmosphere of consensus at the Curriculum Delivery Programme meeting in Birmingham last week. The consensus emerging was around how best to sustain and embed project outputs after funding has ended. Here are my reflections from the day.
History of Virtual Learning Environments History of Virtual Learning Environments
e-Learning patent provides stimulus for collective history of virtual learning environments to develop
Spaces, Places and Future Learning: Using innovative technology and practice to re-imagine learning spaces Spaces, Places and Future Learning: Using innovative technology and practice to re-imagine learning spaces
'Futurelab's autumn conference, 1-2 November 2006, Rich Mix, London, provides a unique opportunity to challenge our preconceptions of the environments in which we learn; to imagine learning taking place anywhere, in the school, home, work and community; and to reflect on the possibilities for transforming those learning spaces with innovative tools such as computer games and mobile, tangible and embedded technology.'
CRA PDP Practice & Systems page CRA PDP Practice & Systems page
Site has examples of PDP practice and descriptions of IT systems that support PDP
Developing Learner Profiles across FE and HE Developing Learner Profiles across FE and HE
Supporting project undertaken by the Centre for Recording Achievement for Phase 1 of the JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning Programme
Support Project JISC web page Support Project JISC web page
Link to project on JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning Programme web page
Support Project web site Support Project web site
Link to main Lifelong Learning Support Project web site
Reviewing E-portfolio Products Reviewing E-portfolio Products
Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Reviewing E-portfolio Products by Helen Richardson and Rob Ward - March 2005
Toolkit projects round 3 Toolkit projects round 3
Details of the third round of web service toolkit projects.
Toolkit Projects round 3 Toolkit Projects round 3
Details of the third round of web service toolkit projects (Feb-July 06).
Demonstrator projects 2 Demonstrator projects 2
An Overview of the second round of toolkit demonstrator projects (Feb-July 06).
MLE Landscape Study MLE Landscape Study
The JISC’s Managed Learning Environments (MLEs) Lifelong Learning programme has been looking at Building MLEs across FE and HE and has funded several major projects to explore the issues related to developing learning environments to support the seamless movement of the learner between and across sectors and institutions
Study of Environments to Support e-Learning Study of Environments to Support e-Learning
Final report from MLE Landscape Study 2005
Key Outputs Key Outputs
Susie’s journey presents a vision of lifelong learning, demonstrating the need for this to be supported by the seamless transfer of records between institutions throughout a learner’s lifetime. Each of the ten projects highlighted issues and provided examples of good practice that are relevant to the ongoing development of systems and processes to support Susie’s journey. Some of the key outputs are summarised here.
DesignBash at the 2009 European LAMS & Learning Design Conference DesignBash at the 2009 European LAMS & Learning Design Conference
Information about the forthcoming DesignBash on the 8th July at the Open University.
Jim Farmer:  Faculty and publishers advance e-learning Jim Farmer: Faculty and publishers advance e-learning
Writing in the ALT newsletter Jim Farmer charts the rise in the popularity of textbooks and accompanying supplementary material (e-learning content) amongst Faculty in the US. Publishers are investing billions of dollars in developing these materials, an investment colleges and universities will not able to match - even if they work collectively.
 

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