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January 06, 2009

National Workshop 23-10-08 outputs

January 06, 2009

Our Benefits Realisation bid, funded by JISC, is anchored within PREVIEW, PLaNET, Open Habitat and the Emerge community, and is designed to maximise knowledge sharing across the higher education sector. Evidence from presentations and keynotes undertaken worldwide across the projects indicate the need for a face to face dissemination and knowledge sharing event which includes road maps of activities ...

From: Cathy Tombs - Read more

November 17, 2008

Workshops on Learners’ Experience of e-Learning

November 17, 2008

In Their Qwn Words – Investigating the Learners’ Experience of e-Learning; What do we know? How do we know it?  What do we dare to find out?’A series of workshops to disseminate the findings from the second phase of the JISC Learner Experiences strand projects will begin on 9 December in Birmingham1, followed by workshops in London (20 January ...

From: Paul Bailey - Read more

November 12, 2008

Education 2.0? Designing the web for teaching and learning - publication

November 12, 2008

Teaching and Learning Research Programme (Technology Enhanced Learning)  Further to presentations given by Richard Noss (Director TLRP (TEL), London Knowledge Lab) at recent JISC programme meetings, I am pleased to announce that this ESRC/EPSRC funded research programme has published its first commentary:  Education 2.0? Designing the web for teaching and learning at: For more information about the JISC-TLRP ...

From: Paul Bailey - Read more

October 09, 2008

Learning Innovation study

October 09, 2008

I am part of the Learning Innovation team at Coventry University. At present I am undertaking a study into how education in immersive virtual worlds affects end users and their practice. The research involves meeting with staff and students who have experience with learning in virtual worlds. I am currently seeking about 10 students to interview and about 3 ...

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December 13, 2007

HEA E-learning Research Observatory - Consultation

December 13, 2007

Are you involved in producing, sharing or using e-learning research? If so, we'd like to hear from you.The Higher Education Academy, in collaboration with the JISC and HEFCE, are preparing to launch an e-learning Research Observatory.The survey is part of a consultation process with people who produce, share and use research about e-learning.You can complete the survey completing ...

From: Rhona Sharpe - Read more

November 17, 2007

Must read this

November 17, 2007

Tag it, bookmark it, blog it but whatever you do, read it and pass it on.  danah boyd has announced this exciting special issue.  As danah says "Please feel free to pass this announcement on to anyone you think might find value from this special issue. "JCMC Special Theme Issue on "Social Network Sites"Guest Editors: danah boyd and Nicole ...

From: Frances Bell - Read more

October 31, 2007

OMG It's the all new Edublog Awards!

October 31, 2007

It's back! & it's embiggened! This years Eddies are up and running. We have a new home, new feed, new logo - and a ton of new categories! I'm also delighted to welcome back James Farmer to the conviner bench. For those of you who don't know - James pulled the whole ...

From: Josie Fraser - Read more

September 24, 2007

Digizen launch

September 24, 2007

Along with the UK's cyberbullying guidance for schools, I've been working hard getting a new site ready for Childnet International - Digizen. The site is targeted at teachers, parents and carers who are interested in understanding and supporting children and young people's online social participation. The site went live on Friday morning, and ...

From: Josie Fraser - Read more

August 14, 2007

Interesting Call for Chapters

August 14, 2007

Some of you may be interested in this call for chapters - Sabine Little is excellent. Beyond Consultation: Developing Staff-Student Partnerships in Learning and Teaching Development and Research Call for Chapters Editors: Laura Jenkins and Sabine Little The aim of this book is to build on existing and emerging expertise in staff-student partnerships that go beyond the ...

From: Frances Bell - Read more

July 17, 2007

LKL Open Evening - online

July 17, 2007

A shameless self-promotion: The London Knowledge Lab is doing an Open Evening tomorrow, 18 July, and we are simulcasting several presentations on some of our research online, live from the LKL auditorium, from 5pm to 6.45pm London time. Surprisingly, we still have about 15 online seats available, so if you want to join, please register for online attendance and ...

From: Tim Neumann - Read more

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