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Academic talk Project website Academic talk Project website
A direct link to the project site.
ASAP project website ASAP project website
A direct link to the project web site.
ASSIS project website ASSIS project website
A direct link to the ASSIS (Assessment and Simple Sequencing Integration Services)project site.
DELTA project website DELTA project website
A direct link to the DELTA project web site.
Mapping Theory to Practice and Practice to Tool functionality based on the Practitioners' perspective Mapping Theory to Practice and Practice to Tool functionality based on the Practitioners' perspective
This study by Chris Fowler and Terry Mayes is part of the e-learning Models Desk Study study carried out by Chimera: Institute of Socio-technical Innovation and Research, University of Essex under Professor Chris Fowler. This study took a practitioner perspective and then explored the relationship between that perspective and existing theories (pedagogical , e-learning models etc), and existing resources (tools, technologies etc). The purpose of such mappings is to create theoretically grounded e-learning solutions as illustrated through a series of case studies. This report identifies key features of learning activity design and presents structured relations among these features in the form of (conceptually legitimate) exemplars or scenarios. This report is a PDF file.
Assessing the relevance of the review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models and the mapping table to evaluators Assessing the relevance of the review of e-learning theories, frameworks and models and the mapping table to evaluators
This paper by Martin Oliver is part of the e-Learning Models Desk Study carried out by Chimera: Institute of Socio-technical Innovation and Research, University of Essex under Professor Chris Fowler. The paper describes possible applications of the Review os e-learning theories by Mayes and de Freitas to provide criteria for evaluation and the Mapping study by Fowler and Mayes to provide researchable hypotheses about the relations between different approaches and outcomes.
Demonstrator for the e-learning planning tool Demonstrator for the e-learning planning tool
A powerpoint presentation of the demonstrator for the e-learning planning tool development in the e-Learning Models Desk Study of the e-Learning Programme.
GroupLog project website GroupLog project website
A direct link to the GroupLog project website.
The e-Learning Programme is showcased at the JISC conference The e-Learning Programme is showcased at the JISC conference
A report from the JISC conference held in Birmingham on the 12th April 2005
OpenMentor project website OpenMentor project website
A direct link to the project website.
PETAL project website PETAL project website
A direct link to the project website at Oxford Brookes University.
RAMBLE project website RAMBLE project website
A direct link to the RAMBLE (Remote Authoring of Mobile Blogs for Learning Environments) project based at Oxford University.
TRICS project website TRICS project website
A direct link to the project site based at Manchester Metropolitan University.
ISIS project final report ISIS project final report
An edited version of the ISIS project final report.
CETIS Assessment Special Interest Group CETIS Assessment Special Interest Group
This group tracks, evaluates and supports UK HE/FE's uptake and implementation of interoperability standards for assessment. Resources include meeting minutes and presentations.
The Horizon Report - 2005 Edition The Horizon Report - 2005 Edition
The NMC’s Horizon Project's second annual report highlights six areas of emerging technology that the research suggests will become increasingly significant to higher education within three adoption horizons over the next one to five years.
Assessment Web Services Projects Assessment Web Services Projects
Assessment is a relatively mature e-learning area so its not surprising that there have been a number of successful JISC funded web service projects in this domain. In this article Rowin Young co-ordinator of the CETIS Assessment Special Interest Group discusses why assessment is important for the student learning experience with the aid of two scenarios and summarises the progress of some of the web service projects to date.
 

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