Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 3, January 2006   Monday, January 30, 2006

ISSN 1748-3603

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Contents
Case studies
An electronic learning curve: implementing ePortfolios
Literacy through technology: The Sheffield College experience
Hip hop - beats, rhymes and life
Viewed from the other side
Zalatwic - Using MOODLE to accomplish things
Project updates
JORUM Contributor Service launched
JISC infoNet: Freedom of Information survey
Staff ICT and e-learning skills in Scottish higher education
Conference reviews
Designs on e-learning
A clear view and strong signal for m-learning
ALT news
Director's report
Executive Secretary's report
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Past Issues
Issue 2
October 24, 2005
Issue 1
August 5, 2005
Project updates
JORUM Contributor Service launched
by Michael Dodds

JORUM is a JISC-funded, free online service for UK Higher and Further Education institutions, supporting the sharing, reuse and repurposing of learning and teaching resources. Colleges and unversities are invited to upload materials to the site.
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JISC infoNet: Freedom of Information survey
by Steve Bailey and Andrew Stewart

JISC infoNet conducted a Freedom of Information survey during October/November 2005 which achieved a 50% response rate. It reveals that the Higher Education sector has responded both positively and successfully to the first year of the Act.
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Staff ICT and e-learning skills in Scottish higher education
by Sarah Price

An online training needs survey to gauge the ICT-related skills of staff in the 20 higher education institutions in Scotland illuminates some areas of similarity between the experience of staff in further and higher education.
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