Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 2   Monday, October 24, 2005

ISSN 1748-3603

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Contents
Feature article
Reflections: ALT-C 2005
Case studies
Electronic Voting Systems
Developing tools for visual communication
Project updates
E-learning and accessibility
The FAIR Enough Project
Conference reviews
E-learning - making it work
Post-secondary e-learning conference in Canada
Software reviews
TalisList: web-based reading lists
ALT news
Director's report
Executive Secretary's Report
Supporting education in India and Thailand
News from members
Blackboard and WebCT to merge
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Privacy policy

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Past Issues
Issue 1
August 5, 2005
Project updates
E-learning and accessibility
New resources for staff development
by Alistair McNaught

Many institutions regard e-learning as a threat to Disability Discrimination Act compliance, but the JISC TechDis service have an upbeat approach to the role of e-learning in maximising benefits and minimising barriers. TechDis have produced seven training packs aimed at staff working directly with learners.
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The FAIR Enough Project
Deploying JISC materials in tandem with in-house resources
by Anne Atkins and James Clay

Exploring e-learning within the further education sector can be like trying to decipher a complicated road map: there are many roads that can be taken, most seem to go somewhere that looks appealing, but few take the institution where it wants to go. The Fair Enough project examined how JISC collections and services might be embedded into the various Virtual Learning Environments and intranet delivery systems in the Western Colleges Consortium.
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