Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 10 October 2007   Friday, October 19, 2007

ISSN 1748-3603

Feature article
ALT-C 2007: the best so far...?
Binoculars and sandpits
Case studies
Education: a revolutionary process @ Djanogly City Academy
Introducing e-portfolios across a paper dominated university
Conference reviews
E-learning: making it work
Becta's Harnessing Technology Research Forum
ALT news
Director's report
Chief Executive's report
Faculty and publishers advance e-learning
Towards maturity in e-learning
JISC Updates
What the learners say about e-learning
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ALT-C 2007: the best so far...?
14th annual conference in Nottingham
by Julie Voce and Rhonda Riachi

Applause during the Wednesday plenary Highlights from another busy and inspiring ALT-C, including the prizes awarded and summaries of the theme speakers' closing presentations.
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E-learning: making it work
by Kevin Donovan

Kevin Donovan reports on the ALT/QIA event for practitioners in further, adult and community, and workplace learning.
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Education: a revolutionary process @ Djanogly City Academy
by Sanjesh Sharma

At Djanogly City Academy a new and innovative curriculum - the New Basics - is using ICT to create a well rounded future generation.
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Introducing e-portfolios across a paper dominated university
by Federica Oradini and Gunter Saunders

blankThis case study describes and evaluates the use of an e-portfolio to support learning.
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Binoculars and sandpits
A strategy for e-learning
by John Fothergill

In order to strategise e-learning it is necessary to play (in the digital sandpits) with possible technology for tomorrow and to scan the horizon for new developments with a powerful pair of virtual binoculars.
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Becta's Harnessing Technology Research Forum
by Bob Banks

becta_logoThis forum explored the current state of research in learning technologies as applied to practice.
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Faculty and publishers advance e-learning
A view from the USA
by Jim Farmer

Jim Farmer reports on how the costs of 'supplementary materials' provided by academic publishers in the USA are increasingly passed on to students.
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Towards maturity in e-learning
Lessons from the e-skills UK research
by Howard Hills

blankAccording to a recent e-skills UK report, e-learning in the education sector achieves less business impact than other sectors.
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