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February 02, 2009

Timetabling and Resource Scheduling

February 02, 2009

JISC funded report on Timetabling and Resource Scheduling is now available for comment and discussion at report “offers a useful profile of current practice, challenges, use of technology, and innovation throughout the HE and FE sectors, which can be used as a benchmark summary and act as a ‘menu’ of approaches and possible use of policy, technology, process, ...

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January 16, 2009

Report on Identity management for lifelong learning

January 16, 2009

The JISC have just released a report on Identify Management for Lifelong Learning in the Further and Higher Education Sector.A full copy of the report can be downloaded from There is also a summary and consultation on the JISC e-learning blog, comments welcomed. See ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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July 16, 2008

Emerge Community Invitation for Benefits Realisation Small Projects

July 16, 2008

Members of the Emerge Community are invited to submit expressions of interest for Benefits Realisation small projects. Funding of between £5K and £15k will be available for small projects that help Emerge to meet the User and Innovations (U&I) programme’s aspiration for benefits realisation.Emerge is seeking to fund small projects that are “project anchored, community led” i.e. they are ...

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May 30, 2008

Support to Widen Stakeholder Engagement

May 30, 2008

Members of the Emerge Community are invited to work in partnership with external stakeholders to widen engagement with the Users and Innovations Projects and activities within the Emerge Community (including Benefits Realisation Projects) Total funding of £150k is available, with £25-40k per stakeholder (i.e. up to 6 stakeholders) to undertake activities that will validate, transfer and disseminate a project’s, or ...

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May 19, 2008

Funding Invitation: Studies on Emerging Issues

May 19, 2008

Members of the Emerge Community are invited to submit expressions of interest for small scale studies looking at emerging issues in the use of Web 2.0 over the next  2-5 years. Funding of around £15k per study will be available for up to six small studies. Full details and a proforma for application are available here: {{file:271}} Emerge is seeking to ...

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April 28, 2008

Managing Identity

April 28, 2008

 Follwing on from last weeks excellent conference which explored online identity, you may be interested to listen to what the JISC are doing around identity management (at the more technical level).  Podcast available at ...

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April 24, 2008

Benefits Realisation Day

April 24, 2008

It may not be as big as the Earth Day event we heard about on Emerging Sounds of the Bazaar on Monday evening, but we have only just started. We have the launch of the Bazaar at 4-5pm and I hope to see you all at "what not to rez" in SL later.As part of todays activities can I ask ...

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April 01, 2008

Project Manager/Data Analyst Post

April 01, 2008

The JISC-funded e-Infrastructure Use Cases and Service Usage Models (eIUS) project requires one or more analysts to conduct interviews with selected members of the research community; and to derive use cases from the data collected. They are seeking someone with knowledge of qualitative data gathering and analysis together with an interest in e-infrastructure services to support research. The project ...

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