Monthly Archives: March 2008

What is the future for HE?

A little while ago I went to a presentation by Martin Williams, Director of HE Strategy at the DIUS. He spoke about the future of Universities at a time when the Government wants to continue to grow numbers in HE – to enable more potential students to benefit from HE.

Free learning objects to use in your courses

Reusability and tools for designing reusable learning objects Best resources CETIS JISC centre for educational technology and interoperability standards Intute is a free online service providing you with access to the very best Web resources for education and research. The service is created by a network of UK

Using with students in a course

Social bookmarking can be used in a variety of ways to support students taking a course. Here are some helpful links on how to use in education; Using As a Class or Department Resource…del-icio-us-bookmarking.html Here’s how one tutor used for a course on Computers and Writing course

ELESIG – a community for researchers into learners’ experiences of e-learning

The inaugural ELESIG workshop takes place today in Birmingham. ELESIG is a Pathfinder network project: the Experiences of E-Learning Special Interest Group is intended for those involved in investigations and evaluations of learners’ experiences of e-learning. The three collaborating institutions: Oxford Brookes University, University of Bradford and University of Greenwich