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March 10, 2009

Ceci n'est pas une pipe?

March 10, 2009

There will be a wiki to put the link? ...

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SkillClouds forming over Sussex (and beyond)

March 10, 2009

A key indicator of the success of JISC projects (from JISC’s perspective) seems to be the extent to which the outputs are adopted, by both the home institution and external organisations. In terms of the former, we can claim some success, as Sussex - and specifically, its Teaching and Learning Committee -  has taken the view that SkillClouds can help support some of the ...

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Critical friendship

March 10, 2009

The critical friends are launching a portal. This will go live at the end of the month. They are looking for feedback on the benefits for stakeholders: project teams, critical friends themselves, and institutional managers.Reflexive generativity in a difficult role to sustain.This will be very useful for a CoP of critical friends, as well as for those about to ...

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Welcome to Next Generation Techonologies in Practice (NGTiP09)

March 10, 2009

Click on the NGTiP 09 link to the right. Then "Join this Event Network". Tag your posts, pics and tweets #NGTiP09. This conference looks inward, outward and upward. It is a celebration of all the user communties that have been created, nurtured and developed through the Userts and Innovation programme; it is a celebration of the Emerge community; and, ...

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January 21, 2009

Pebble Pad

January 21, 2009

Is anyone doing anything with Pebble Pad? Do you know of any interesting case studies, resources. I'm also interested in linkages between Pebble Pad and the CPD system by the IFL, Reflect. I know these are essentially the same systems but in different skins but how do users share objects/information between ...

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November 28, 2008

It's your ePortfolio, now get reflecting

November 28, 2008

A recent post about (philosophy of and) assessment criteria for ePortfolios:It's your ePortfolio, now get reflecting  Please comment! ...

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November 23, 2008

Ways to contribute to the evaluation of Emerge

November 23, 2008

The evaluation of the Emerge project has been an ongoing thread through all the projects’ activities. We have been interested in finding out how we could build a community of practice around the User Engagement model to support projects. We began with an ambitious model of user-centred evaluation explicitly intended to be productive of positive change. We are grateful ...

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September 16, 2008

AWESOME at ALT-C

September 16, 2008

AWESOME Presentation to the Science and Innovations Minister (!) AWESOME was chosen amongst the few posters/demos to show to Ian Pearson, the Minister of Science and Innovation. Melissa did a great job showing the minister what an exciting project we have. He seemed to understand and asked interesting questions. Sirisha and I were also there to offer support ...

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AWESOME trials

September 16, 2008

We are now in the second phase of trialling the AWESOME-Dissertation Environment (ADE).  The first trial was in July with a small group of postgraduate students in the School of Education at Leeds.  This was mainly to test the usability but the students responded with enthusiasm despite some initial problems.  The second trial which is now in progress with ...

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September 05, 2008

SemTech Study: Workshop dates

September 05, 2008

I have just sent an email out to the emerge-projects mailing list asking for the project managers (leaders, directors, dogsbodies,...) of each project to pick dates on which I can hold a workshop at their location to look at the potential use and impact of semantic technologies on that project: this is part of the Emerging Issues Semantic Technologies ...

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