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Programme History (2004-2007) Programme History (2004-2007)
The E-Learning programme began in 2004. This folder gives access to the original structure of the site.
History of the Programme History of the Programme
The e-Learning Programme began in 2004. Here are the links to the e-Learning Focus information on original strands of programme.
Web 2.0: Creating a Successful Enterprise Strategy Web 2.0: Creating a Successful Enterprise Strategy
Karen S Henrie describes how 'Web 2.0 applications, including blogs, wikis, and mashups, are moving into the corporate world. General Motors Corp., FedEx Corp., British Airways are among the major companies that are adopting Web 2.0 technologies that were popularized in the past few years by teenagers and twentysomethings'. via SearchWebServices.com
JISC ITT - Three studies on technology supported recruitment and admissions JISC ITT - Three studies on technology supported recruitment and admissions
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.
Open source makes 'substantial advance' in UK education, says report Open source makes 'substantial advance' in UK education, says report
JISC OSS Watch recently reported that more than three quarters of all UK colleges and Universities consider open source options when procuring IT systems.
'SOA after the hype' 'SOA after the hype'
'The initial hype phase of SOA has passed, and developers and architects are actually implementing it. To get an idea of where SOA is after the hype, SearchWebServices.com asked a group of analystsand thought leaders where they see it now, and in the coming year.' Interesting white paper and accompanying resources from Bitpipe.com - free but requires registration.
JISC Circular 05/06: Learner Experiences of e-Learning JISC Circular 05/06: Learner Experiences of e-Learning
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) invites proposals from institutions for ‘Learner Experiences of e-Learning‘ projects in order to develop further the community’s understanding of how learners experience and participate in e-Learning.
simple-socket simple-socket
Learning Design Summit Learning Design Summit
During the IMS Quarterly Meetings in Heerlen, the Netherlands (6- 9 November 2006), the Learning Design Summit on November the 8th will discuss and explore the latest uses of IMS Learning Design Specification. The TENCompetence project will be sponsoring the event. Via Chris Kew
R2Q2: Rendering and Reponses Processing for QTIv2 Question Types R2Q2: Rendering and Reponses Processing for QTIv2 Question Types
Gary Wills and Lester Gilbert explain the R2Q2 toolkit project which has built web services to display and process questions using version 2 of the IMS Question and Test Interoperability specification.
Good example and clear illustration Good example and clear illustration
Good example and clear illustration
Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Reviewing E-portfolio Products Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Reviewing E-portfolio Products
A report commissioned by JISC and written by Helen Richardson and Rob Ward from the Centre for Recording Achievement and the MLEs for Lifelong Learning programme Support Project. This report provides a review of purposes and functions currently represented in UK e-portfolio / PDP / progress file products.
Software Quality Evaluator Public Report Software Quality Evaluator Public Report
A public report and summary of the Software Quality Evaluator for the phase 1 e-learning tools for teachers projects.
JSmirk on the e-Learning Framework site JSmirk on the e-Learning Framework site
This page provides information on how the project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
Jsmirk project on the JISC web site Jsmirk project on the JISC web site
The JISC web site for the JSmirk e-Learning tools project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
OpenMentor project on the e-Learning Framework site OpenMentor project on the e-Learning Framework site
This page provides information on how the project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
OpenMentor project on the JISC website OpenMentor project on the JISC website
The JISC web site for the OpenMentor e-learning tool project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
PETAL project on the e-Learning Framework site PETAL project on the e-Learning Framework site
This page provides information on how the project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
 

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