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Academic Talk project on the e-Learning Framework site Academic Talk project on the e-Learning Framework site
This page provides access to the work of the project including software and documentation.
ASAP on the JISC web site ASAP on the JISC web site
The ASAP (Automated System for the Assessment of Programming) project on the JISC website. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
ASAP project on the e-Learning Framework site ASAP 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.
Bodington III PLE on JISC site Bodington III PLE on JISC site
The Bodington III PLE (e-tool) project on the JISC site. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
DELTA project on the JISC web site DELTA project on the JISC web site
The DELTA project on the JISC site. This page provides formal project information, aims, objectives and contacts.
DELTA project on the e-Learning Framework site DELTA 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.
Repositories- what do users want? Repositories- what do users want?
In an article in October's Ariadne by Amber Thomas and Andrew Rothery discussing the need to take the user's perspective when developing online repositories.
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. The focus of this meeting was on developing an understanding between the two communities and looking at the question of how teaching and learning can more closely inform technical developments.
Open University chooses Moodle Open University chooses Moodle
The OU joins the Moodle bandwagon. Dean Taylor, the programme manager of the OU’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), says, “We see the development of Moodle applications, along with involvement of the Moodle Open Source community giving our students a great advantage in e-learning. Plus, the innovations added by the OU will be available to the entire Moodle community. It’s a two-way creative street.” via VLE@jiscmail.ac.uk
What are desktop services? What are desktop services?
In e-Literate Michael Feldstein explains what desktop services do - using an example of something we all do (some of us more than others)- cut and paste text. via Scott Wilson
Regional Pilot Projects Regional Pilot Projects
Large-scale, regional projects that support the HEFCE regional agenda and e-Learning Strategy.
Regional Pilot Projects Regional Pilot Projects
21 regional pilot projects to support HEFCEs strategy on regional development.
Reference Model Projects Reference Model Projects
The distributed e-Learning strand is supporting the development of the e-learning framework through the Reference Model projects.
Reference Model Projects Reference Model Projects
The Distributed e-Learning strand is funding the development of Reference Models for the e-Learning Framework.
Joint JISC and HE Academy projects Joint JISC and HE Academy projects
The e-Learning Programme is supporting subject communities by funding projects based in the HE Academy Subject Centres.
Reports on the use of mobile and wireless technologies in the post-16 sector Reports on the use of mobile and wireless technologies in the post-16 sector
Three reports from a landscape study on the use of mobile and wireless technologies have been published.
SFC e-Learning Transformation Programme SFC e-Learning Transformation Programme
Details of six projects in Scotland funded by the SFC e-Learning Transformation programme.
Legal Issues and the lifelong learner record Legal Issues and the lifelong learner record
The JISC Study to Explore the Legal and Records Management Issues Relating to the Concept of the Lifelong Learner Record (LLR) has been working since July 2004 investigating the legal implications of the lifelong learner record and supporting the JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning projects.
Lifelong Learning Scenarios Lifelong Learning Scenarios
A number of `scenarios of use` have been produced around systems that support the transfer of learner information, including e-portfolios and PDP, produced the projects within the JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning programme.
 

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