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PROSPERO Project Final Report PROSPERO Project Final Report
SHELL Project Final Report SHELL Project Final Report
TransPortALL Project Final Report TransPortALL Project Final Report
UEO Project Final Report UEO Project Final Report
E-Framework Reference Models Projects meet in London E-Framework Reference Models Projects meet in London
A meeting of the JISC funded E-Framework Reference Models Projects took place at Imperial College London on 15th Sept
Effective and Innovative Practice with e-Learning Guides now Online Effective and Innovative Practice with e-Learning Guides now Online
Both the Effective Practice with e-Learning and Innovative Practice with e-Learning Guides are now available on this web site.
e-Learning Programme newsletter October 05 e-Learning Programme newsletter October 05
The October 05 newsletter for all the projects and those interested in the e-learning Programme.
Innovative Practice with e-Learning Innovative Practice with e-Learning
Published in September 2005 this is a guide to embedding mobile and wireless technologies into everyday practice.
Large Scale deployment of web services at London Met Large Scale deployment of web services at London Met
There are as yet relatively few examples of web services being used on a large scale in an educational institution. Like other universities the newly formed London Metropolitan University faces the challenge of managing information located across different systems and departments. In response London Met have embarked on a cross-institutional project to integrate information from many of the university MIS systems, such as student records and finance systems using a service oriented approach. We talked to Paul Walk the Enterprise Information Integration (EII) Service Oriented Architecture project manager.
NASA ASK - IDEO on Rapid Prototyping NASA ASK - IDEO on Rapid Prototyping
In NASA's Academy Sharing Knowledge, Dr Craig Lawrence from IDEO outlines the principles and benefits of rapid prototyping, which is informing JISC's new strategy.
TRECX logo TRECX logo
Logo for the TRECX toolkit project.
TRECX TRECX
scenario for tracking with TRECX tool.
TRECX3 TRECX3
Scenario tracking without TRECX tool.
Online Educa tackles lifelong learning Online Educa tackles lifelong learning
At Online Educa last week JISC took part in a workshop on life long learning. Sarah Davies, JISC programme manager "focused on how 'e-portfolios' - online spaces for reflecting, planning and showcasing work - can help learners make career choices and progress into higher education."
e-Framework Update July 2007 e-Framework Update July 2007
The latest issue of the e-Framework newlsetter is now available online. News includes the New Zealand Ministry of Education and SURF becoming full members of the e-Framework, and links to articles on the e-Framework's approach to IT in Higher Education, and a discussion on 'Openness in Higher Education'
Having Your Cake and Eating It: The e-Framework's Service-Oriented Approach to IT in Higher Education Having Your Cake and Eating It: The e-Framework's Service-Oriented Approach to IT in Higher Education
In this article for the Educause Review, JISC's Bill Olivier discusses the soa vision of 'The creation of an adaptive and flexible IT infrastructure that supports the evolving organizational goals'
Workshop: Planning and Implementing Innovative Practice with Mobile and Wireless Technologies Workshop: Planning and Implementing Innovative Practice with Mobile and Wireless Technologies
An invitation from the JISC and the Higher Education Academy to participate in a workshop on Planning and Implementing Innovative Practice with Mobile and Wireless Technologies.
Trends and Issues in E-Learning Infrastructure Development Trends and Issues in E-Learning Infrastructure Development
This paper (by Blinco, Mason, Mclean and Wilson) was presented to alt-i-lab 2004 on behalf of DEST (Australia and JISC-CETIS (UK)and provides a valuable snapshot of what is happening in the domain of e-learning, and a summary of current trends in the development of e-learning infrastructure.
An e-Learning Framework: A summary An e-Learning Framework: A summary
This Paper (by Wilson, Blinco, Rehak)was presented at alt-i-lab 2004 on behalf of DEST (Australia), JISC-CETIS (UK), and Industry Canada It provides a brief overview of the services identified so far within the e-Learning Framework activity. To see the current state of the e-Learning Framework, and look at the details of the service definitions, go to the “ELF website”:http://www.elframework.org
 

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