Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 12 May 2008   Tuesday, May 6, 2008

ISSN 1748-3603

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The ALT paperweight
CMALT at preferential rates
Case studies
The eLIDA CAMEL
Project updates
Working together to build a thriving e-learning community
Experiences available from making e-Learning work
ALT news
CMALT in Action
Chief Executive's Report
Reports
In-source, out-source, open-source, right-source
Interoperability Standards: Addressing Education Industry Challenges
Futurelab research discussion day
Ascilite Awards 2007
JISC Updates
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Reports
In-source, out-source, open-source, right-source
Running a Service Not a System
by Dick Moore

Ufi Director of Technology, Dick Moore discusses the infrastructure underpinning learndirect’s learner management system (LMS), learndirect’s service characteristics and highlights the role that 'right sourcing' has played in learndirect's success.
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Interoperability Standards: Addressing Education Industry Challenges
Student Textbook Use and Pricing
by John Falchi

IMS Global's John Falchi provides an overview of current IMS GLC initiatives aimed at developing of interoperability standards to support the development of a dynamic, 'born-digital' alternative to paper-based student textbooks.
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Futurelab research discussion day
'The future of education'
by Bob Banks

Bob Banks reports on Futurelab's recent research discussion day 'The future of education'. As with much of Futurelab's work, most of the focus was on practices and cultures of teaching and learning, rather than on technology.
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Ascilite Awards 2007
by Frank Rennie

Frank Rennie provides a précis of the recent The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (Ascilite) Awards, which were judged by members of the ALT Research Committee.
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