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WCKER 2 site WCKER 2 site
Web site for the WCKER 2 e-tool project.
The Virtual Learning Environment takes it personally The Virtual Learning Environment takes it personally
Derek Morrison interviews Oleg Liber about the Personal Learning Environments project. There is a podcast of the interview and a discussion about how PLEs will disrupt the current status quo of or educational institutions.
The Virtual Learning Environment takes it personally The Virtual Learning Environment takes it personally
Derek Morrison interviews Oleg Liber about the Personal Learning Environments project. There is a podcast of the interview and a discussion about how PLEs will disrupt the current status quo of our educational institutions.
JISC publishes the final report of the LAMS Practitioner Trial JISC publishes the final report of the LAMS Practitioner Trial
The report finds that the system can provide benefits in terms of teacher reflection and learner motivation in certain situations.
Why the e-Learning Programme? Why the e-Learning Programme?
The rationale and background behind the e-Learning Programme.
Why the e-Learning Programme? Why the e-Learning Programme?
The background and rationale behind the e-Learning Programme (March 2005).
An overview of the MDC project An overview of the MDC project
An overview of the MDC (Middleware for Distributed Cognition) toolkit project funded in 2004.
MDC project on ELF website MDC project on ELF website
This page has information on how the Middleware for Distributed Cognition (MDC)project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
SWEET project on ELF web site SWEET project on ELF web site
The SWEET project on the e-Learning Framework site contains information on how this project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software, documentation etc.
SWEET project on JISC site SWEET project on JISC site
The JISC web site for the SWEET.Net (Enterprise Web Services with Timetable Extentions for Microsoft .Net) project. This page provides formal project information, aims, obejectives and contacts.
An overview of the WS4RL Project An overview of the WS4RL Project
The WS4RL project has produced two software development kits for use in the deployment of a Personal Development Planning (PDP) web service.
WS4RL project on the E-learning Framework site WS4RL project on the E-learning Framework site
Provides information on how this project fits into the e-Learning Framework (ELF) and access to the work of the project including software, documentation, reports, papers and presentations.
An Overview of the Portal Services Embedder (PSE) Project An Overview of the Portal Services Embedder (PSE) Project
This project builds on the work of Connect, the Learning and Teaching Portal, which is jointly funded by the Higher Education Academy and JISC. Connect is building a series of discrete services which can be embedded within institutional web sites and portals (where this could be colleges, universities or organisations such as HE Academy subject centres).
An Overview of the ISIS project An Overview of the ISIS project
A brief overview of the ISIS (Integrating Simple Sequencing) toolkit project (2004).
ISIS Project on the ELF website ISIS Project on the ELF website
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, documentation etc.
ISIS project on JISC web site ISIS project on JISC web site
The JISC web site for the ISIS (Integration Simple Sequencing) toolkit project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
An Overview of the APIS project An Overview of the APIS project
An overview of the APIS (Assessment Provision through Interoperable Segments) project one of the original Toolkit 2004 projects.
An overview of the SLeD Project An overview of the SLeD Project
This project focused on developing tools to handle learning material that has been described using IMS Learning Design. Learning Design has been recognised as having a potentially vital part in the overall architecture of learning systems but there are limited tools that handle the complex format needed. SLeD has developed two tools.
e-Learning Tools Projects round 1 e-Learning Tools Projects round 1
A number of projects have been funded by the Distributed e-Learning strand of the Programme to produce a set of innovative e-learning tools for teachers that are standards-based and open source.
e-Learning Tools Projects e-Learning Tools Projects
A number of projects have been funded by the Distributed e-Learning strand of the Programme to produce a set of innovative e-learning tools for teachers that are standards-based and open source.
 

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