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London Met EII architecture London Met EII architecture
The Service Oriented Architecture used for the Enterprise Information Integration project at London Metropolitan University.
Lost in Translation? Getting teachers and techies talking Lost in Translation? Getting teachers and techies talking
A report from the Connecting Teachers and Technologists (Joint CETIS Enterprise SIG and CETIS Pedagogy Forum) meeting held in Manchester in the 18th October 2005.
Teachers and Technologists presentation Teachers and Technologists presentation
A presentation by Mark Stubbs titled Teachers and Technologists; it's good to talk from the Connecting Teachers and Technologists event held on the 18th October 2005 at the Museum of science and Industry, Manchester.
Making Tracks presentation Making Tracks presentation
A presentation by Steve Jeyes titled "the Making Tracks project; rbidging the Chasm" from the Connecting Teachers and Technologists event held on the 18th October 2005 at the Museum of science and Industry, Manchester.
teacher group presentation teacher group presentation
A presentation produced by the teacher group during the discussion session at the Connecting Teachers and Technologists event held on the 18th October 2005 at the Museum of science and Industry, Manchester.
Exploring the legal implications of life long learning Exploring the legal implications of life long learning
A report from the MLEs for Lifelong Learning programme meeting
JISC ITT: Research study into learner experiences of e-learning JISC ITT: Research study into learner experiences of e-learning
Focusing on what learners think of e-learning
HEFCE publishes its new e-Learning Strategy HEFCE publishes its new e-Learning Strategy
A strategy and plan for HE in England for the next 10 years
DfES publishes new e-Strategy DfES publishes new e-Strategy
The new strategy focuses on personalised learning
Leitch Review into UK's long-term skills needs Leitch Review into UK's long-term skills needs
Lord Leitch's final report 'Prosperity for all in the Global Economy: World Class Skills' was published in December 2006. One of its objectives is to 'exceed 40 per cent of adults qualified to Level 4 and above' by 2020. This del.icio.us page provides links to the report and several commentaries and responses with relevance to FE and HE.
Promoting innovation and excellence: JISC and UCAS sign agreement Promoting innovation and excellence: JISC and UCAS sign agreement
Partners sign agreement on university admissions which will deliver ‘major benefits’ to HE and research.
Dave White - Survey of web 2.0 use Dave White - Survey of web 2.0 use
The SPIRE project in Oxford have carried out a survey of the use of web 2.0 tools amongst 1400 students and tutors. Interesting to see what tools are popular with which age groups. via Sheila MacNeil
Models of Practice report Models of Practice report
The final report from the Models of Practice project is now available. The report is quite lenghty but gives a good overview of the current status of learning design with the sector and the challenges faced by practitioners to develop and share practice models for learning design.
Further XCRI mini-projects wanted Further XCRI mini-projects wanted
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) would like to commission up to five mini-projects to implement and test the XCRI course information specification. Funding of up to £10,000 is available for each project.
Finally, a free lunch: The benefits of an open source VLE Finally, a free lunch: The benefits of an open source VLE
A short report from Stuart Lee at the University of Oxford about the benefits they've experienced by adopting the Bodington Virtual Learning Environment.
Recent review of e-Portfolio products published Recent review of e-Portfolio products published
A report has been published entitled 'Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Reviewing E-portfolio Products'
New report on e-Portfolio products New report on e-Portfolio products
A report has been published entitled 'Developing and Implementing a Methodology for Reviewing E-portfolio Products'
First Quarterly e-Learning Programme newsletter First Quarterly e-Learning Programme newsletter
The June 05 newsletter for all the projects and those interested in the e-learning Programme.
newsletter0605 newsletter0605
The June 05 issue of the e-Learning Programme quarterly newsletter.
Academic Talk project on the JISC site Academic Talk project on the JISC site
The JISC web site for the Academic Talk e-Learning tool project. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
 

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