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Using Enterprise WS to Connect Smirkboard to Perception Using Enterprise WS to Connect Smirkboard to Perception
In this article Steve Bennett describes the Smirkboard to Perception toolkit demonstrator project which used Enterprise web services and the Sweet.net toolkit to transfer student and group data between Smirkboard (presentation software) and Question Mark Perception.
JISC e-Learning Programme newsletter Oct05 - Jan06 JISC e-Learning Programme newsletter Oct05 - Jan06
The third issus of this newsletter has news from across the programme including details of new toolkit and demonstrator projects and an overview of the new HEFCE Spending Review Programme.
Open Source Briefing Paper Open Source Briefing Paper
Developing Open Source Software is a corner stone of the e-Learning Programme. This briefing paper by Randy Metcalfe and Sebastian Rahtz of OSS Watch covers the advantages of OS, common misconceptions and exploitation models.
Unbolting the Chairs:Making Learning Management Systems More Flexible Unbolting the Chairs:Making Learning Management Systems More Flexible
In this article in eLearn magazine Michael Feldstein and Patrick Masson of the SUNY Learning Network argue that current systems are too inflexible for teaching purposes: "We need a Web 2.0 LMS. A tinkerable LMS. An LMS for a mash-up world."
Service-orient your web application - in two PPT slides Service-orient your web application - in two PPT slides
Scott Wilson points to two slides from Tom Coates on how to build a service oriented web application.
XCRI and European partners propose a European Standard for Course Information XCRI and European partners propose a European Standard for Course Information
The JISC funded XCRI (Exchange of Course Related Information) project is working closely with European partners to develop a European standard for course information. The Metadata for Learning Opportunities (MLO) standard they have developed will be submitted to CEN (European Committee for Standardisation) in August.
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Diagrams, bricks, and other maps of the imagination Diagrams, bricks, and other maps of the imagination
In response to Catherine Howell's post Scott Wilson considers what makes a good diagram. We've been thinking of having a diagram to capture the e-Learning Programme - like Susie's Journey does for the MLEs for Lifelong Learning programme - the problem is how to capture it all. Prizes for the best entry....
Innovating e-Learning 2006 Registration Innovating e-Learning 2006 Registration
Registration is now open for the JISC Online Conference, Innovating e-Learning 2006, from the 27-31 March.
Programme newsletter Oct05-Feb06 Programme newsletter Oct05-Feb06
JISC e-Learning Programme newsletter October 05 - February 06 detailing news from across the programme.
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E-learning languishes in the classroom E-learning languishes in the classroom
A short article by Bernard Lane in The Australian highlights a survey of universities in 13 countries. The report concludes that e-learning has not yet revolutionised teaching in universities:"[Digital technology] has had more impact on administrative services such as admissions and registration... than on the fundamentals of classroom teaching and learning." Via Jon Mason
'A space on the web that we control' 'A space on the web that we control'
Steve O'Hear from the Guardian describes how research is taking place into how ELGG could be used in a range of contexts.
e-Portfolios e-Portfolios
An overview of the Portfolio Activity Area.
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How to do Enterprise Architecture; a report from a session at the JISC Conference 2009. How to do Enterprise Architecture; a report from a session at the JISC Conference 2009.
There was plenty of practical advice on offer at the Paradox of the agile institution: Enterprise Architectures as a strategic enabler of change session at the annual JISC conference this week [1]. The session heard from a number of speakers from institutions now using enterprise architecture (EA) and service oriented approaches (SOA) in practice.
Enterprise Information Integration project Enterprise Information Integration project
A presentation by Paul Walk at London Metropolitan University about the Enterprise Integration Project, given at the 10th Enterprise SIGn meeting on 9th June 2005 at Chester Zoo.
 

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